I'm with you. I'm right in the middle. I like knowing some stuff that is going on, however I wish some things were kept protected. The wrestlers that break kayfabe have clearly made the fans smarter and more knowledgeable about the business. It's amazing now-a-days seeing fans use terms like "ring psychology" yet years ago probably had no clue what it was. But those terms are used because of wrestlers that have educated the fans about the nuances of the business. CM Punk is a great example of a guy with a character/persona that is based on breaking kayfabe. It's cool that there's a guy able to say things that aren't suppose to be said, which is why he so beloved by fans. It makes me wonder if someone like CM Punk would have been able to make it in the business in the 80s. Those guys were all about protecting the business, and anyone that didn't adhere to that probably was dealt with accordingly. Times have clearly changed, but that was bound to happen with the evolution of technology as fans have more access to the ins/outs of the business as well as communicated with each other.
At this point I'm always amazed whenever WWE to produce something without it being spoiled.