It looks like all the members of the new writers' group we're starting in a couple of weeks are in a similar position: we all have first novels we've completed but haven't yet published, and we all have second novels in progress. It's the latter we'll be submitting for critique, starting at the beginning and working onward. We're uploading two chapters at a time, two or three weeks in advance, so we can look each other's over and think about them before the meeting. I corrected some minor issues before submitting my first two, but I've gone over those chapters enough in the past that it didn't take long. But there are passages in the following chapters that I'm not sure about, and changing them will take some major rethinking. And I'm not really, totally, absolutely, 100% sure they're a problem at all. They may be Crimes Against Literary Art, or if they may be totally appropriate and I'm just being over-sensitive; it's fifty-fifty either way. So . . . if you were in front of my keyboard, would you revise those passages before uploading the chapters? Or would you wait and hear what your critique partners have to say?