I don't really like it because I feel a man is trying to be a little more feminine than the rough dirty boy I would like to see. I hate when guys get their brows done (fixing a unibrow is acceptable) or when they get manis&pedis, all they need to do is wear some nice cologne, deodorant, brush/floss teeth and shower daily - pretty much basic hygiene.
I don't love it or hate it. I won't cross out a dude if he is or not. There's nothing wrong with a well groomed and well dressed guy, but some can take it too far when they know more about the Louis Vuitton Fall Winter 2011 collections. That just should not be happening.
From a fashion point of view I quite like it because it can be very interesting (i'm not talking about guys in women's skinny jeans but guys who dress more effeminate in the fashion industry) but from a do I find it attractive point it would be a no. Honestly I don't understand why you care because no one if forcing you to dress and act that way let people dress however.
Saying 'do you like metrosexuals' is a bit like asking guys if they like 'cake faced sluts'. Girls like guys who are stylish up to the point that it seems too contrived, and then its 'too metrosexual'. Should you go too far? Well, not to impress women, to some extent you should dress how YOU like. But saying 'i don't like the metrosexual look' is no more useful then saying 'i don't like too much makeup'. Unless you specify what 'too much' means, its meaningless.
Some guys probably think wearing a shirt that has some sort of buttons as fasteners is metro. Other people think getting their nails buffed is just a thoughtful way not to scratch their partner.
A metro guy is just as unnatractive as a slob who wears rags. They like someone in between who dresses stylishly and is clean cut but doesn't spend a lot of time getting ready. Shower, keep clean and wear some nice hear