Is there a reason why points are awarded for rating a review but not for rating an editor's job on a review? I don't want to seem greedy, and in all honesty it's not the points themselves that really matter to me--it's more the fact that I feel like more people might vote if points were awarded. I've come across some edited reviews that still had pretty glaring errors, but it's rare to see more than (at most) one or two votes on the editor's work. I feel guilty rating less than "excellent" if I'm the only one doing so, but I find it really hard to tune out typos and errors when I'm reading; to be perfectly honest, it's hard for me to get through a review with more than one or two mistakes. Anyway, just wondering.