Is there a reason the reviews by Richard Gallagher and Pat Wahlquist on this forum do not have content/video/audio/extras scores assigned to them while those from other reviewers (Sam, Matt, Cameron, Neil, Michael, Gary, Todd, Kevin, etc.) do? I do not mean to provoke controversy or imply anything with this question, just curious. Even though the text of the review itself is far more informative and important, I find that scores are nice way to mentally frame a review in comparison to the writer's own opinion on other titles as well as in the context of other reviewer's opinions on the same title. I understand that scoring can be a tricky and controversial subject for each category - e.g. content scores possibly needing genre weighting, video scores traversing the minefield of filmmaker intent vs. "demo scale", audio scores with a similar content/intent problem (dialog-driven vs. SFX-laden), weighing the quality vs. quantity of extras, etc. At the very least, I think assigning an overall score would be helpful. Perhaps I answered my own question in the above, but a discussion of scoring systems in general and the opinions of members of this forum on the subject could also be interesting to have - although that kind of thread does admittedly have a danger of devolving into harsh criticism of individuals.