In my story, it's a thriller, and in the climax, the police catch the villains using a sting operation. But I was told by a couple of readers that the sting has several flaws in it, and yet everything goes right. One of them suggested that the hero's plan would be much better accepted by readers, if flaws were pointed out. For example, the cops are surveying the villains, hoping the villains will take them to a dead body they are going to dispose of. So then the cops can catch them in the act of doing so. But one of the flaws in the plan, is that the cops do not know if the villains will bring the body out, in outdoor view to be seen at all. If the body is kept indoors the whole time, the cops cannot legally enter, cause they have no probable cause, and it's just all theory, so they wouldn't be able to get a warrant. But that flaw is never pointed out, and because of that, the plan comes off as too convenient that the body just so happened to be brought outdoors for a moment, while in the middle of nowhere, with no flooding public around. But would mentioned a flaw like that make the plan seem less convenient? Cause I think it could do the opposite and make it come off as more convenient that the flaws just so happened to not be an issue. Is it worth pointing out flaws, if a plan happens to go right, to be more accepted? Or is it only worth pointing them out, if the plan goes wrong within those flaws? What do you think?