same here. it's not like these samples are used in any creative way...even in a basic way, like chopping up an amen break or something; these are clip-art-equivalent samples that are ready to go, drag and drop into your tracks for maximum youtube plays. Using a nice, recorded brass sample is one thing, but understanding HOW to use it, and understanding HOW to write a track is/are different things. So, you have a house track, and out of the blue, there is a sax solo - no context, not related to any other part of the track, it just simply gets plopped in there to create some human element that the track was otherwise missing. Then you click on another youtube vid, and it's the same sax solo plopped into yet another half-assed (but very big, shiny!) tune.
Personal secret: Use samples but Melodyne the shit out of them. You can do anything with Melodyne, esp with the DNA feature: change notes, change melody, change key, change chord progression. Most amazing piece of software out there for sample freaks like me.