I like following a likeable character through a story, which limited POV helps. Keeps the story focused. And once you have a POV I like, it helps not to risk it by introducing characters I don't like as new POVs. I once gave up a series because it was not fun, wading through the two plots I didn't like to get to the one I did.
Which lead me to blink and think that no, actually, I do like a lot of vast, multi-POV stories. It helps with the world, making it look large and expansive and, most of all, well-populated. And the plot can get a lot more twisty.
It's one of those things where the story gets the main say.