Just curious to see what other people do. Every edit of mine is based around a specific element, so that I don't get side tracked. For instance, I'm currently working on my "tension building revision", and after this will come my "emotional revision", etc. At the end, of course, I make sure that they all fit in well together. Then I do a couple of revisions of the whole thing in general, and I pick it apart until I can find nothing wrong with it. After this, as we're supposed to, I leave it for a while, come back to it, edit again, and find out that a lot of things were wrong. I have used this technique on stories not longer than 50k in the past. My WIP is at 100,000 words as of the second draft, and I'm feeling a little intimidated by the amount of work it is giving me! In a good way, though. So how do you all revise? Tips? Strategies? Quirks?