Answer from Thomas resonated with me the best, being in IT I don't like unnecessary faff and looking at CVs (and been doing quite a bit of that recently myself).
If you've looking at CV and go "that's just lazy, automated BS!", there's a chance you might be doing it wrong. Information matters, whether it was generated from LinkedIn or from your head, does not matter much.
I will have to disagree with the idea of auto generated CV (from services such as SO and LinkedIn. It would also depend on what kind of industry/area of expertise or interest the CV is intended to, even though I will be going on a bit of a limb here and think about only one situation when I wouldn't be surprised if look of the CV would matter. Art related? Even then, that should not matter even one bit.
If you are looking at CV itself - not the actual information it contains, you are missing the point. You could also be making a big mistake. I would struggle to look at that kind of CV and go "perfect fit! Picture - check, custom magical graphical noise, personalized. That's what I need! Not a scrum master who can do their job but someone who takes sweet time to pimp-their-CV.
There's also a bit of bias on my side. I work in IT, if there is a task that takes up more time that it should and is repetitive, I will try to reduce complexity and automate it.