In a thread in the review forum, a point was raised that work can get completely missed when the author adds an additional excerpt, from the same overall work, to an existing thread (per the existing rules). Typically this happens when a thread has reached 2 or 3 pages in length (due to commentaries and revisions) and then the author decided to critique a different excerpt from the same overall work. Potential reviewers see the long list of replies and assume the work has been discussed to death and skip in in lieu of a less discussed piece of writing. Then end result is an unreviewed piece of writing and a slightly miffed author. I'll be the first to admit that this scenario makes up likely less than 1% of the writing in the review forums. But given that it is such a rare occurrence, could an exception be made in the rules that allows the new excerpt to be posted in a new thread? Maybe we could test drive it and if it results in some sort of an unseen problem revert back to a hard enforcement.