I do not understand posting rough drafts for critique? I am assuming it's had no autho-editing, but just being thrown up on the site after being thrown down on the editor. I would want to post my most polished piece, so that any criticism is picking up things I do not know or do not see. So far it's just competition submissions, but even so, there's work going into them after beta reader feedback and agonising over bits and pieces. I'm sorry but I do not want to read your rough draft. Any more than I want to see an artist's pre-painting scribble or a photographer's quick snaps - for critiquing purposes. Am I alone in this cold world of perfectionistic striving? Am I being too picky? Is there any value in asking for critique for a rough draft? Is this another example of the familiar and common but completely fictitious and non-study reinforced notion of plotters vs panters? Or is it false modesty where someone has edited it to within an inch of its life but wants to say they just bashed it out and are hopeful of blowing you away with its lack of issues?