Bert Wagner has a few tips on code formatting to make it more readable:
The second example above consistently indents lines, adds new lines, and follows consistent coding patterns. This makes it easy to skim the code quickly.
Books have chapters, headings, and paragraphs defined by formatting that make it easy to find what is needed at a glance — formatting code makes it possible to find things easily too.
The examples Bert uses are all C#, but apply to most languages. I think consistency is key, even more so than your ideal format. This reduces friction between developers, at least outside of the “what should our coding standards be?” meetings…