Transmogrification is subjective, and while it may not appeal to someone, the person that mogged to a particular set did it for a reason. I've seen quite a few mogs on people and wondered what in the heck they were thinking, but in the end I've never said anything negative because it's their own personal choice. If I see someones set that I love I might just post it on my site (if I'm not lazy). More often than not though I'll stop and whisper people saying I like their mog. It seems silly, but I know that I enjoy when people say the same thing to me, and it's nice to be appreciated for something that had a lot of thought and hard work put into it.
After that post I unmogged both Honeypants and Aynslie for a little bit. I'm a sensitive person in general, and while I shouldn't let people like that get to me, I couldn't help it. I almost vowed to go a whole month without mogging, but I only made it about a week before I had the itch to mog again (I'll post sets this weekend hopefully). I love sharing my sets, I love people that share their sets, and I love getting inspiration from anywhere. I don't like being bullied, and I hate bullies in general. This isn't the fashion police, it's dress up in a video game.
Moral of the story: If you can't say something nice, don't say anything at all. Don't be an internet tough guy on some proverbial high horse trying to knock people down for doing something that makes them happy. Be yourself, share your ideas and take inspiration from anywhere you can. Be happy and proud of what you do, and be kind to others - it truly goes a long way!