Is SO all about reputation points .. or just a good discussion ?
Stack Overflow is a place to get good, fast answers to questions.
In order to optimize for that, the reputation system and accept rate were developed.
The reputation system provides users with an incentive to answer questions.
The accept rate helps answerers figure out whether the person asking the question is actually going to follow through or not.
In other words, the accept rate is intended to help the question askers - that's you - hold up your end of the deal.
If you aren't sure how to increase your accept rate, considering reviewing this question: Is a 51% acceptance rate too low?
Removing the reputation, accept rate, and other site metrics for everyone will reduce the incentive people have to answer questions, and you won't get answers as quickly, or as good, as you are getting now. However, if you don't want to see the numbers and metrics, there are user scripts that can remove them if you use a supported browser. They will still be there for other users, and you may still get complaints of a low accept rate, but you won't be seeing other people's reputation and accept rate.