I grew up with Kirk, Spock & McCoy. I've been watching them since I was 3. I'm a little nitpicky about certain things, I don't like recasting incredibly established characters (I stopped watching Dallas when Barbara Bel Geddes left and was replaced.), I don't like when a series' incredibly established historical background is tinkered with, and I'm wary about "hot new directors" taking their twisted vision and applying it to classics.
This isn't continuous or extreme hatred. Currently it's a concentrated healthy dislike of JJ Abrams' work. I've seen it, I've given it chances and I don't like it. I'm not a hipster. I'm an almost 33 year old, chubby, whiter-than-a-ghost work at home mom whose childhood includes many happy memories involving William Shatner as Kirk, Leonard Nimoy as Spock and DeForest Kelley as McCoy. I don't hate things just because it's cool. I choose to hate things because when I see/hear/taste/touch/smell it, it produces a viscerally intense negative reaction in my body/gut/soul. My entire life I've been off the mainstream path and liked/disliked things on merit, not because it's the popular or cool thing to do.