I am not a huge fan of many breakfast foods. I've given up on cereal for the most part, and menu items in the "syrup-covered" family (pancakes, waffles, french toast) just aren't filling enough. However, the best-case breakfast scenario for me is a restaurant breakfast.
One of the things that makes breakfast preparation such a huge pain is that each item must be cooked separately. The eggs go in one pan, the bacon in another, the toast goes in the toaster, and any potatoes go in yet a third pan. If you happen to want biscuits instead of toast, that's another five dirtied utensils.
At a restaurant, someone else coordinates all of the cooking and gets your food to you quickly, and at a reasonable price. What could be better?
The biggest restaurant breakfast rip-off is oatmeal. $4 for a cup of cooked oatmeal, an ounce or two of milk and 10x the amount of brown sugar you need? I don't think so.