Since starting chess I've searched for an opening to play against 1.d4 - and so far nothing makes me happy.
I started with the KID, didn't like a lot of things about it, and then moved on to the Benko Gambit, which I felt was giving me bad results, and I was just too unaccustomed to the positions. Then I switched to the Semi-Slav, and got pretty decent results, but decided that if I were to use it it would be CC only, because there's so much evolving theory. After that I tested the Budapest with nice results, but decided that's best suited for blitz. After which I went to the Grunfeld, and I'm finding that the positions don't seem to suit me that well there either. I guess I can't find what I want because I simply don't like the positions after 1.d4. At this point I'm more confused than ever, and am looking back at the Benko Gambit (Pretty much full circle...). On the other hand, I scored very well with the Semi-Slav, I played 3 games on RHP with it, 2 convincing wins, and one loss due to a blunder in insane complications against Idioms. But I already have so much theory to study, that adding this might not be so beneficial, whereas something like the Benko can be played mostly based on positions and straightforward moves - but when I do that I seem to get into less than great positions. Maybe looking through a coverage of the Benko, but not really going through too many lines would be best.
In any case, I'm confused.