just screams subjective, but not one of the "subjective police" said anything about it.
However, this question: http://ui.stackexchange.com/questions/1416/is-google-instant-good-or-bad-ux
is clearly subjective as well, and it got jumped on by at least one person. Of course, rather than close the question, he just started voting subjective answers down instead.
1) Are we allowing subjective questions? If so, then the FAQ needs to be updated.
2) If we are allowing subjective questions, then people should not be downvoting subjective answers just because they are opinions. Disagreeing with the opinion is one thing, but that isn't the case here. He was downvoting EXCLUSIVELY because they were opinions.
I personally believe that we should not be allowing subjective questions at all (not even Community Wiki) and then we won't have these issues. If the argument is that UX isn't always objective, then subjective questions AND answers should be allowed and treated equally and fairly.