Is there a concise way to phrase "I like the way you think" in Latin? I can find ways to say this, but everything I could think of is a little unwieldy compared to the English. For example, I might say: Mi placet modus, quo cogitas.
Is it possible to do this with the verb, or should I be using a noun instead? With a noun I can make it flow better: Mihi placet cogitatio tua. However, I am far from sure that I have hit upon the best way to phrase such things.
If anyone is familiar with a Latin idiom or other natural sounding wording of "I like the way you think" or something similar enough, I would be glad to hear.