How do you avoid falling into 'critique mode'. I find that when reading a piece to critique it, I'm not reading as I would when I read for enjoyment, but am looking for problems. The trap I tend to fall in to is looking too hard for errors, and I tend to find them even when they don't necessarily exist. For example, if there are two ways to solve a problem X and Y, then if I recognise X, then I risk suggesting Y because it's a critique and I'm looking for things to notice and comment on. Does anyone have a similar problem? Are there strategies that can be used to avoid this?