Yeah, we're off-topic (but everybody does it, so...), but if you find MLS too unskilled, and you have cable (I don't, but most of you do, and even if you don't, there are ways), try FA Cup soccer - the Brits. Those clubs are absolutely world-class... and the British know how to televise the game.
I'm old (favorite lament!), and remember when the major US networks tried to cover hockey in the 1970s. I had been exposed to real TV coverage of the NHL (in Boston, watching the Bruins, either at home or - even better - when they were in Montreal against Les Canadiens), and it was painful to watch the network effort. Too zoomed in, losing the puck. Wanting to go to commercial when there was no stoppage. Poor coverage of soccer suffers from some of the same - you can't appreciate the game if you're just watching the guy with the ball. Positioning, anticipation on the part of teammates. Bad coverage misses all that.
I mean, you have to watch the midfielders! (Yeah, I played in high school... )