Very interesting, @Uncutcanuck.
I remember rummaging through my parents' closets as a teenager (poo-poo, a thing one shouldn't do...) and discovering a nicely illustrated book on sexual practices and everything else to do with it which expressly advised against circumcision. Knowing what I know, I deducted that my parents decided not to circumcise me because of that book; and it all made sense then to me.
My very pro-circ, Dutch aunt had apparently been lobbying for my circumcision at the time my parents must have been consulting that book, and it tipped the scales.
Whatever, I still had it done later, at 18, and I have to say it was a relief. I didn't really have a medical indication for it then, but still, I felt like that skin was in the way. Once it was off, it was like... I don't know, it's like being suddenly slim when you're fat, or taking the jacket off when you're hot. It was simply great, and it made me feel free. And it was like you said, women reacted positively to it.
Don't get me wrong, women who like you will rarely react negatively to you, no matter what you look like down there - but there's a difference between them "being ok with it" and them being positively turned on by it. Not all of them are, but the ones who are are worth waiting for; and it's not a long wait, either. There is something about a ready, male member that will be understood by the right kind of girl. And it is the circumcised visuals that appeal to them in particular. I was married to a nurse for about ten years who really had a thing for this; it was great.
I don't want to go on record as one of those who go "yeah, get it done!" but... yeah; get it done.