I decided to go with MySpace mainly because of the mere fact that I was curious what was happening on the site since I had given it up in high school, and after I had heard that MySpace had laid off half of its employees.
Ironically the first MySpace profile I went to was of a user who had switched to Facebook after finally getting sick of "creepers" sending her requests. I understood that annoyance. Another layout reminded me of why I got so sick of MySpace: busy backgrounds, endless survey results with graphics, and, frankly, a lot of stupid humor. Still happy with my decision for ending my relationship with MySpace years ago. Profile after profile hosts basically the same thing: busy backgrounds, no set layout resulting in messy pages, and an absurd amount of gross and cheesy graphics.
After getting a little bored with the profiles of just regular people (which I think it's impossible to find someone who isn't a woman and under the age of 30 on MySpace) I switched to some profiles up my ally--comedians and musicians. I checked out Doug Benson and Dane Cook, the first two I found on the site. While they were interesting, I know their Facebook pages would have provided me with a lot more information, a closer look at the person, and a lot less spam.
Overall, the 15 MySpace profiles were exactly what I remembered, and were exactly why I left the social networking site.