Unfortunately, this isn't about suckering people into reviewing your work. When you are reviewed, it hurts. People point out flaws, people miss major points, and people rarely if ever notice the little bits of brilliance that you saw when you were writing it. Sometimes, people don't actually review you, they just repost your post and add "I liked it" or something similar. Other times, they take you line by line, breaking it apart, destroying the flow that you worked so hard on. There is only one acceptable response. "Thank you!" Yes, they missed the point. Yes, they aimed at the easy targets. Of course they didn't see that your vampire was actually a vampire-werewolf, and they couldn't know that half of it was written a year ago when you were writing a completely different story. But justifying problems or issues only says, "Well, that's not actually a problem, you idiot." And yes, it is insulting to find that your reasoned, objective criticism is CLEARLY something they already saw and know about and have justified. Pointing out that the reviewer missed something says, "Well, that's clearly not a problem if you'd actually gone through and read it properly, like a normal person." They read it like a normal person. If they missed something, maybe you didn't draw attention to it enough? Or maybe they were skimming an impenetrable block of paragraphy and couldn't see the two words that justify the existence of a knife in the hitman's left boot? It makes that reviewer less likely to come back and review something else by you, because they know that any problems they point out that aren't mechanical SPAG errors are just justified things that they can't see. It also makes it very difficult for you to see that the problems are actual problems that people have pointed out. They might be justified, but they're still errors in the eyes of the reviewer. That means that you have to change them so that they aren't errors. Suck it up, people. You asked for help. This is not a time to justify the problems. This is a time to see them as things people see as problems, and work on fixing them. Then, maybe, we can make some progress.