If you're looking for an alternative to 'normal' tea ('black tea', 'builder's tea' here in the UK!), and I don't really know why you would worry too much as it too contains antioxidants, how about rooibos/redbush? I'm sure it's available in the States. It's very similar, naturally without caffiene, and can be drunk without milk - I find normal tea too bitter without milk. (It was blended to be bitter, to increase sales of sugar in industrial Victorian Britain!).
I drink green, white, black, the lot, but seriously, if you don't have a taste for green tea and can't develop it, why bother? There is sometimes rather a puritanical 'is it good for me?' or 'but do you really NEED it?' streak that tends to forget that we should mainly be eating and drinking for pleasure and health, along WD/AED guidelines.
I agree with you 100%. I've only tried green tea on a few occasions. I don't REALLY dislike it, I just prefered chai over green. I'm goign to try a few different green teas, but if I don't find one I like, I'm not going to "choke" it down. But either way, you make a good point.