Hello there! I'm new to this site but not new to writing workshops in general. I'm a fan of giving critiques and I like that this site has a rule about posting at least 3 substantial critiques prior to submitting your own work. It's a fair system, which I thoroughly enjoy However, there is one problem: how can I compose a substantial critique of someone's work when by the time I get to it there are already 15 or 25 comments below it that individually addresses each of the points that I came up with during my initial reading? I feel like I don't have a chance to get my two cents in, and I think it's a waste of time (for both me and the member who submitted the post) to regurgitate what everyone else has already said. I think it may be an issue of timing with me specifically. For example, I work 9-5 and don't stay up very late so the amount of time I have to read and contribute is very narrow. But in case anyone else might have been thinking the same thing, I just wanted to offer this up as a suggestion for future reference... Perhaps there should be some other way of encouraging people to critique others' work more often, which would allow for everyone to get a chance to say what's on their mind? Maybe limiting comments to one major point per member...? Also if this was a topic already brought up before, I do apologize. Thank you!