I doubt I would ever go All Inclusive - no matter where in the world I was going. A friend of mine recently paid around £2000 for a one week all inclusive holiday for herself, her mother and her small son to Turkey. Im afraid I told her in no uncertain terms that she was mad - Turkey is still very inexpensive to eat out (you can do it for around £10-£15 for a two course meal with drinks) - and theres only so much pop and ice cream a child can stuff down their necks! At the same time she went, we paid less than £500 for two weeks b&b in Icmeler, Turkey, and that was for two people.
However, I know that some people like All Inclusive. After all, they are only one step further along the road from Half Board. Lots of people go HB, drink in the hotel bar, and still never venture further afield than the hotel gates, god alone knows why. We always think that part of the fun of a holiday is deciding where to eat and drink each night. And then once you have chosen that - the fun of all the delicious sounding possibilities on the menu! Yum!
It seems to me that the world is made up of two kinds of people. Those who make their own decisions, and those who like the decisions to be taken out of their hands. The latter ones seem to be the ones who always have something to complain about though, don't they?