I'm not pointing my finger at you personally, but Marquez scares the hell out of people who are used to more gentle styles such as that of Pedrosa or Lorenzo.
If guys like Rainey and Roberts says he is amazing i tend to believe them, because they know what they talk about, and because i can understand what they say having experienced it at my modest level, i can see the results as well.
One thing for example, Marquez crashed but he doesn't highside that bad, he stays on the bike during races as well, his control of the throttle is something that reminds me of Mike Doohan which is no little fate.
Take Lorenzo (with the bike he has today it's even worse) and compare his performances during his rookie year, he looks smooth today but is not as fast anywhere, and when he tries to accelerate as hard, he goes over tha handlebars. This nearly happened again during the last free practise, but also in Sachenring, Assen and a few more in the past during practise or races.
So yes, we have been sort of made to get use to "gentle" racing compared to some 500 cc seasons where there was literally no quater between them and they were pushing real hard at every round, remember 1992?
One doesn't win 3/5 500cc titles without taking risks.