I love reviews, both reading and writing them. I enjoy fleshing out the satirical reviews, the ones that we call "whiny little b***h reviews", the over-the-top praise, and everything in between.
I was reading the reviews on my favorite B&B and came across a reviewer who was absolutely incensed that he did not get a full 24 hours in the room. Checkin was 4PM, and he was absolutely appalled that checkout would then be 11AM. For one thing, that's standard in almost any lodging. For another thing, they actually need that time to clean rooms! This particular B&B has extremely high cleanliness standards, and could not possibly clean any more thoroughly if the Queen was coming to visit. So if the reviewer expected a full 24 hours in the room, I'm not sure when he expected the staff to be able to clean.
I do particularly enjoy writing book reviews on Amazon. There was one book that I read that was SO bad, I just kept thinking "I need to mention this in the review...I need to mention that in the review..."
When I'm trying to choose a product to purchase, I read a good sampling from each star level and draw my conclusion. Most recently we were picking out a coffee maker and, I kid you not, there was a reviewer complaining that she had spent $50 on this coffeemaker, so she should not have to clean it.