I saw a discussion this morning expressing frustration with reviewing: I have felt this frustration, too. Now part of it is that we are getting a lot of new members posting into the Review Rooms, so there is a lot of material for each reviewer to look through. But part of it is that people don't want to make a mistake, or don't know where to start: I can relate. I tend to avoid screenplays and scripts because there are special considerations I just know nothing abouit. But I am wrong to do so. Maybe I don't know how to frame a scene, or the conventions for stage directions, but I can and should comment on plot, character development, dialog. Little by little, I can learn the rest by reading what reviewers like mammamaia have to say. We should try, even if we are less than confident about our ability. That's how we learn.