After years of not having any of the big 3, I sat down and did BA-style critical tastings of Bud Light, Miller Lite, and Coors Light the same way I'd do with any fine craft (instead of just gulping them absently as in a normal BMC setting). Turns out Coors Light was the least offensive of the three. Bud and Miller shared similarly weird, synthetic perfumy off notes alongside cardboard notes. I never noticed that back in my young BMC days - it was just "beer flavor" back then because it was what it was and I never tried to parse flavor notes - but there it is. Coors Light didn't have the gross perfume sweetness and I don't think I remember cardboard either. It had less flavor overall too. So while not a good as a beer, it was inoffensive as a liquid. I can tolerate any of them just fine if I find myself at a ballpark or something and that's all they've got, but it will be hard to untaste the bad flavor notes now.