I don't know if it is the new breed of users flowing into SuperUser (I haven't done comparisons yet between the sites), or I'm just clicking into the wrong questions, but it seems to me that an abnormally large amount of questions on Super User tend to get flagged as Wiki questions straight off the bat, or are immediately asked to turn to wiki questions because there is a shred of subjectivity in them.
To me this seems to go a bit against the model of what SuperUser was for. I was always under the impression that SuperUser was going to be the site where I could gain oodles of rep for my silly wallpaper of VeggieTales or for mentioning in passing that Peggle was the best iPod Touch game EVER. Having a large volume of wiki questions makes me a Sad Panda.
I'm fully aware that the community decides how everything works, but I just want to see what folks are thinking about SuperUser and if it is fitting with the model of SO and SF?