I've only been here a couple days and have really enjoyed what I've seen so far. This site is very helpful. I have come across a couple threads that that I've responded in, and now have a question about where the mods draw the line when it comes to discussing the issue rather than discussing the writing (clarification: I'm not questioning their decisions but rather, asking for some clarification so that I don't cross the line). There's been one or two places where I've thought the presentation of the substance was factually off-center a little, so I responded that the substance may have been mishandled, and explained a little why I thought that, and then provided an example as to how a slight re-wording of the line or the phrase may help. I've not received any kind of warning or anything, but also know that I'm probably getting close to the line. I guess my take in that writers should present all sides fairly before engaging in opinion. So, is this kind of discussion of substance okay, as long as the substance itself is not actually debated? I know it's really murky, since defining the issue is 95% winning the debate. Could I hear some thoughts on this? Thanks! (I hope this doesn't come across as challenging forum rules or moderators - my intention is very much the opposite of that. I want to make sure I'm staying within the rules, yet still helping out fellow writers as much as possible).