All works of fiction deserve to be uncut, so I'd want that for Digimon purely on principle
I agree, but the Fox cast didn't dub an uncut version, and the edits were nothing more than skipping Mat and Tai throwing Joe into a bath, as well as a couple other things.
And I happen to find the Japanese cast to be superb (not to disparage the English voice actors--they started out rough and have quite a few miscast roles, but they still did a great job overall)
I found the japanese cast to be painfully average. I found the English voices to be brilliant, AND they have the nostalgia factor.
Really, though--the music? You don't like the original score? The music is easily one of Digimon's strongest features. Quite aside from a superior placement (there were good pieces in the dub music, it very often didn't match the scene), I find Digimon is missing something without Kouji Wada.
Digimon adventure is all about these kids' adventures through this crazy new world. The pure fun English soundtrack is far more apt than the Japanese soundtrack, with it's dull pretentiousness being more suited to some religious show.