I pose the subject question because I, myself, often get very frustrated when it comes to trying to make a scene just right. Almost all of the time I have what I want to say figured out before I start typing. Let's say I have my scene in mind, and that scene is a kid who looks like Jame Dean driving down a lone stretch of highway. There is a storm and the kid has a cigarette pursed in his lips. What I have problems with is taking a scene like this and writing it down, not for myself, but for the reader. I use the Stephen King writing system. I will take whatever works I have done and store them away after I finish a draft, only to come back a week later (he says wait six weeks, but I simply don't have the time) and revise it, assuming yourself as the "Ideal Reader" of your story. It's an effective method, no doubt. The problem I have is that I simply dislike my work after that time, and just get flat out frustrated. Does anyone else experience similar cases?