I've been reading the essays in the review room, trying to find something I can critique for others. I understand that I should be focusing on the piece and not the content. I also understand that I shouldn't worry about what other critiquers have said already. But as part of learning to critique, I've been reading what others have said, to understand better what I should be looking for in the pieces I offer critiques for. I read the piece, absorb the content and understand it. Then I read the other critiques. They do what they're meant to do, helping the author make corrections to the piece. But then I take into consideration the suggestions vs. the content, and I find myself wanting to leave a comment to the nature of "Why do they need to make that change? I understood the meaning just fine." I guess my question is, how do I critique a piece when I understand what the author is trying to convey without issue?