How long has it been since you were at WW? They have a new Points Plus system that is easier for people who don't like to count, because fruits and vegetables are free. The points have changed for food because the calculation method has changed.
It's hard to find a diet that doesn't ask you to observe the balance of calories and still allows you to eat everything (plenty of diets tell you to cut out food groups, but long term, they are even harder to stay with).
Fitday gives you a good place to watch what you're eating. That is, in its own way, counting.
I do understand the 'diet fatigue.' Have you considered a doctor-supervised very low calorie diet, like Optifast (just an example)? It's strict and restrictive but you do lose a lot of weight with supervsion. You could ask your doctor about that.