One like or comment is worth more then the other just because you know when someone is good in the field of your specific interest, it really means something.
What interests me most is how other people look/choose what should be framed. Not so much how they did it.
And this is all subordinate to exhibiting and/or making books with my own photographs. It all has a purpose for me.
Once it was a guilty pleasure of myself to learn about the character of lenses and photography; but I have seen enough pictures of flowers by now.
For me it is an interesting exchange and I don't need long comments like you should crop of this or that figure shouldn't be standing there or it is a shame that car is in the frame etc.
What you said in the other thread about doing an intensive lens test and after all the effort people starting to critisise your used methods always stroke me as well as a very ungrateful thing to do.
I always thought testing is a very ungratifying thing to do.
Personally, when I see a lot of those small frames, I try to run to the conclusion as soon as possible, I just don't have the patience to look at them all.
I like the way Guy does it with the big examples.