Update: The question was deleted due to inactivity.
The question has been closed as Not constructive, since it basically asks for something not definite (there is not a single objective answer) and also because it solicits discussions.
Note that this doesn't mean the question is lost forever. It can still be improved. Even deleted questions are not lost forever, because users with the Moderation Tools, can still see them, improve them, and flag for reopening. So for anyone who reads this: if a question is closed (and also if it's yours), don't panic!
You can still edit it. There's the edit button there, after all. It should make you think. :)
Not all questions that deserve to be closed are bad questions. They are just badly-worded, maybe. It has happened in the past that I have down-voted open questions or, that I liked closed questions. This is why down-votes and closing are not the same thing.
We could make it Community Wiki, but we cannot use this tool so lightly. This would encourage people to think that "hey, I'll ask my question. If it's a list one, no worries, I'll get it CW". No, it doesn't work like this. I think this question has potential, but the community must participate, too.
I'd fix it myself, but I don't know how. I'm open for suggestions. There are many ways to ask for a good answer but still manage to get your "suggestion". All you need to accomplish is:
- make it so that the question asks for something as scoped as possible (i.e. only a small handful of answers are possible, at maximum);
- the question is still directed to your problem.
If you manage to fix it and still keep these two things in mind, I'll be glad to reopen it. By the way, if you need further suggestions, check this blog post about Good subjective, bad subjective questions. Those 6 guidelines are very useful. :)