> So, if you are one of the latter guys (as FSF clearly is), AGPLv3 is more free than GPLv3, since modifications *must* be free even without a distribution of a binary, just because of a mere "utilization" even remotely through a web service.
I suggest you read the actual text of the AGPLv3 instead of the summary by the FSF. The AGPLv3 clause restrict modification of the code, not use.
Really, you are making a false dichotomy. People can favor the GPL over both the MIT license and the AGPL.