What kind of information should go in a followup review?

Silverdrop Silverdrop
I'm going to catch up on all my followup reviews this week, to take advantage of double points. But since they don't get rated, I started wondering what kind of information should go into a followup to make it helpful. As a reviewer, what do you usually include, and as a reader, what do you want to see?
02/13/2012
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Any issues, weak points, breakage? What are some of the things you have learned about the product? What do you still like/dislike about the rpoduct? What would you find helpful to know?
02/14/2012
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
THe things you can only know from using a product over a long period of time or, perhaps if it was so forgettable that you haven't used it any longer. If nothing falls into that category, you're only wasting your readers' time with a followup.
02/14/2012
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