Re: another message to the reviewers
This is just my opinion.
If the pack has 10 or less presets then it's small. It really should be considered a minipack (especially if there are 6 or less presets) and say so clearly in the pack name (but that's just my
opinion). If they're clearly noob presets, I complain, and explain that the pack size should be bigger (and why).
11-20 - a medium sized pack. Won't complain much about the size usually (I might if the variety of presets is small)
21-30 - a big pack. I'll never complain about the size. Again, I might if the variety is too small, but that's extremely har to achieve when there are that many presets.
31+ - a huge pack. If the quality of the presets is high, it'll get higher grades for the effort. If it's low (aka. noob-puts-everything-he-ever-made). Then it's considered bloated and might get lower grades.
Remix packs are a different sort (it the author clearly states that they are remix packs). If those are all remixes of one preset, it should be considered a minipack even if there are 15 of them because of the lack of variety. However, if the variety is high (and it usually is), it counts as a normal pack.
Oh, and sorry I couldn't reply earlier. I was away from the net for more than a month, came back a couple of days ago, and opened this board just today.
And why is it that you never hear someone say thank you to the reviewers. All we get is either bitching or idiotic sarcasm, or if we're lucky (this example) constructive criticism. I mean, I just reviewed more than 20 skins and around 10 packs to clear out the queue. That's extremely hard mental work you know.
My head still hurts from yesterday's khm... celebration, so this might not be exactly what I mean. I'll revise it once my head clears up.