I don't know man, it's just UIB does things to me that LITE doesn't. The rap verses are some of my favorite from Linkin Park. I love the melody of Chester's part and its exoticness. I love the trippy beats and sounds throughout the song. I love the lyrics of Brad's part. I like how it works and flows really well despite being so diverse. LITE, on the other hand, is a good song, but it doesn't really stand out. It's just a regular LIVING THINGS back-ta-der-rootz track. I love the energy it packs and the way it starts the album, but it isn't nearly my favorite Linkin Park song. Here's the thing: unconventional = interesting. The reason a lot of us don't like conventional song structures is that they oftentimes make us feel like we've heard the song before. Also, it's much easier, and therefore lazier, of a band to write such a song. And they've written so, so many of them. To me, Linkin Park keep on proving that laying off those song structures is the first step in making the sky the limit for themselves. I'm talking "Guilty All the Same". "Mark the Graves". "A Line in the Sand". Amazing songs.