I like to code cleanly. I like code to be
- commented properly (uncommented code is gibberish and I fail to understand why people write that kind of code)
- lots of blank space (very rarely real estate is cheap so use it when available for free)
I have never repented writing tidy code no matter how much time it has taken and mind you it has pissed of many people (I do not blame them because you need to be a sensible coder to understand the importance of writing neat code).
CSScomb is an excellent tool for guys like me. It cleans up CSS code by not only indenting it and making it neat but by also putting the css properties in the right order.