Before you guys start assuming; No, i'm not writing a butthurt rampage here. Just voicing a thought if anything.
Biomes was an awesome concept when I first heard Notch write about it in his blog, I mean, variable lands and the like and making the random map generation interesting as you explore! But as this was implemented I cant help but feel a bit let down. Biomes so far come off to be very very small most of the time. (The biggest i've encountered was as big as a 'span' of viewdistance, if that makes sense) and not much more.
Personally, I was kind of hoping for a biome to be a very large expanse of land that would require a good deal of traveling to find another. Instead, you find mix-matched blotches of biomes here and there that just give scenery a very unpleasant appearance to the landscape. I'm sure some of you guys have come across those nasty looking sand/dirt or sand/stone 'mountains' that just are atrocious to look at, that eventually bleed off into another biome of sort.
Another being Winter/tundra biomes that seem to cover one little area at a time or look completely out of place.
I dunno, I just wish you could have an option to turn 'biomes' back and get the old, foresty/grassy landscapes back. Stuff looked nice then.
Remember people *points to self* sometimes cant have that great of a computer for exploring large biomes to find things if you cant figure out yourself google "How to make minecraft biomes larger" or do it yourself in the game files!