Er... Just a rookie pawn here, no brilliant brain, no engines. Games lover, especially Chess and Go. Most of my kibitzing is probably worthless so I'm thankful to CG and all its users for all the info available here.
I think the most talented chessplayer of all times was Mikhail Tal, only hindered by poor health, I love his play, his comments and his good attitude towards the game.
I have also a soft spot for some underrated or less known masters like Planinc, Simagin, Ufimtsev, Duras... Today I like creative and agressive players like Ding Liren or Jonny Hector.
I try to value chessplayers beyond their personality as long as it doesn't harm chess. Fischer's talent was unfortunately restricted by his personality, Korchnoi's sports behavior was always awful, Steinitz went pretty crazy... but what they made on the board cannot be ignored either you like them or not.
OK, I have this idea for World championships or tournaments: to force players to play some crazy (or not) opening / defense, etc. It could be even selected randomly. Let's say that during the match, two games will be something like a Santasiere Folly, etc.
Or even better: to force a number of openings to be played during part of the match, some picked by the players.
I leave it there :)