@Ayzed The thing is if you have a scale where it is impossible to get a 10/10, the scale is pointless. That's like having a scale that goes from 0 to infinity. Sure, such a scale might be useful if you are directly comparing 2 products, but when you are reviewing a product individually, the upper and lower limits need to be attainable or we would have no idea about the gradation of each score. if a 10 in unattainable, then how do we know how good a 9 is? is it very close to a 10, or is it millions of miles away?