I'm working on it John, and you give a good explanation for why you like it. After 40 years of listening to classical music I still discover works I didn't know I liked (last case: Mendelssohn's Elijah); that's the wonder of it. With 40 years (?) of listening in front of you and an open mind, I wouldn't discount the possibility that you will find something in Bach or Mozart and look back in amusement on some of your posts.
While Bach was an instant hit with me, with Mozart it took me 30 years to discover that "there's so much depth to the music and the way it can subtly change harmonically is, quite simply, nothing short than marvelous". Before that it often (though there were exceptions like Don Giovanni) seemed simply like "too little was happening". But it does, to the open mind.