@tjw1963 - I really appreciate your enthusiastic responses to this thread, I assume you are actually a member of staff at Youtube and if so, appreciate the response.
I'm sorry but you are not convincing me at all and I find it quite insulting that you think so little of my intelligence.
The Load More button is nothing more than an obvious tool Youtube are using to manage their bandwidth issues. Are you honestly telling me it's better to manually load a list of thumbnails, when just about everywhere else you visit on the web does not ask yo to perform such a tedious task? I cannot access a large amount of content on the channels I visit, after a while the Load More button stops fetching videos from the playlist and keeps repeating the last batch. Being able to toggle between two chronological orders does help slightly, but on one of the channels I visit, there is still a chunk of content placed between the limits of both orders which I have no way of accessing.
Having a completely randomly placed list of random Recommended Videos on the Homepage is of no use whatsoever to the user. I ask again, how is this method more effective than a tidy module?
Lets pretend that we once again have a module in which the user can decide upon it's placement, this module then fetches random Recommended videos each time the page is refreshed. The result is a neat section of the screen which will offer different content each time the user enters or refreshes the page.
Surely you can see that this solution is far more user-friendly compared to random entries within a stack of content several pages tall?