I've recently joined the DR program and after reading the guideline page numerous times, I still don't understand something..On the guideline page, it says this:
We'd like you to rate the toy if it worked for you. However, if this toy was a mismatch and you have no personal use for it, let us know in your review and we'll indicate that on the site with a "not rated for personal reasons" box - and we'll also have another contributor review the toy to give a second opinion which we will post on the site. This is the tricky area of the review, because we do want a rating that reflects your experience, but don't want to list very low ratings that have more to do with personal preference and anatomy than the actual toy quality. If you plan to rate a toy 3 stars or less, consider whether your reason is personal or if it is a matter of function. Rate the toy based on function performance and properties.
Now my question is, if you feel the product deserves a 2 or 3 star rating, and not because of personal things, but because it just was a super terrible toy, do you not rate it? At the end of of that information I copied from the guidelines, it seems as though they'd prefer only ratings of 4 and 5.
I'm not in this type of situation right now, but I'd really like some clarification so I know what I should do if the situation ever did arise.