All the planets have their own interesting histories. :P
I actually agree with Venus < Mercury, Mercury has a pretty cool history, and interesting concepts in regards to the contents of its craters, which I will be certain to discuss thoroughly when it gets to Mercury. Venus on the other hand, although its form of precipitation is among the most interesting in the solar system, the volcanoes destroy any chances of it doing something cool, save slowly boiling itself away and doing nothing except for spewing lava all over itself over and over again, and fart CO2 into the atmosphere non-stop. Granted, it has a geological edge over Mercury, Mercury triumphs with more interesting elements present on its planet, Venus has a large abundance of the same elements. Although I am most definitely open to discussion about Venus even though it's not Venus's turn, I've never met anyone who has a passion for the planet Venus, and I'd love to hear their standpoint! I'd imagine a person who likes Venus would be a geologist no doubt.
It's PBS NOVA, so it's said very simply with little depth, but it's quite interesting (also, you were right about the geologist thing haha): http://www.pbs.org/w...ite-planet.html
Despite Chanover's argument, I still find Uranus pretty boring...but it's unique in its dullness.
Edited by Phoenix Wright, 30 July 2012 - 09:14 PM.