We ought to consider discussing individual reviewers and their reviews. It might be a good way to improve our reviews or at least gain access to a lot of good stories that were reviewed in the fairly distant past. Well, the 20th century when SOL started seem pretty distant to me. The first stories here didn't even have story descriptions.
I think I will start with Jais Nereis who was Rachel Ross (rache and a lot of other pseudonyms.) She wrote very literate reviews that praised unusual attributes about stories. She may have been the most successful story writer who was also a reviewer. I recommend you look at the 25 stories she reviewed as stories as well as the reviews she made of them. This isn't the best possible way to suggest improvements in our reviews, very few of us, if any, have her skills with language and unusual viewpoints. There is at least on other skilled reviewer I would like to recommend reviewers to read, but it is late and I will do it in another post, probably tomorrow.