Okay...let me break it down to you even further since you didn't read between the lines the first time I made that allusion....
Yes, none of them wanted to be out there. Lambert, however, couldn't hide her contempt for being out there. She seemed like it was the worst thing ever. Like she had just earned her MBA in Finance, but yet working at McDonald's. The rest of the crew, albeit, ate up, at least tried to hide their contempt at being with people they didn't like and being on an 18 wheeler in space. Sometimes, Parker let his contempt shine through when it meant that he had an advantage over others or if he was venting to Brett (who was pretty much a brick wall anyway).
When did I ever say they were explorers? I said that most of them kept their contempt to themselves. I even said in the beginning of the post, one of my first paragraphs, that none of them got along, which is what I liked about the original movie. In Aliens, most of the crew got along, they had to, because that meant life or death.
Again, where did I say they were "explorers"?
To be real, I don't even think Kane wanted to be there. He just had the most "benevolent" personality, so to speak. He still was pretty antagonistic towards Lambert, so your point is....?