See, I started doing them back when I still had plenty of 6-star stuff to get through, when the Fandom Classics™ that you've all come to know and blindly adore weren't even conceived yet. As such, the first dozen or so mini-reviews had some pretty major stories in them, because they weren't 6-starred and I didn't realize I might want to "save" them for later. For example, Hard Reset, The Flight of the Alicorn, and The Keepers of Discord are all scattered in thereabouts.
Now, I could just leave well enough alone, but several times now I've had people ask why I've never reviewed one of those stories (and probably one or two others that I don't remember off the top of my head) or suggest them for me to do a "real" review of. I mean, it's kind of silly that some of the biggest stories in the fandom don't get on my list, when said list is ostensibly about looking at the biggest stories in the fandom. And the mini-reviews... I mean, it's not like I don't try when I'm writing them, but those are fics I read casually; the depth isn't there, and my comments are more "biggest impressions" than "here's what did and didn't work for me" (also, no stars. I know some of you love those stars). So, I'm looking for some suggestions: what should I do with the big stories that got mini-reviewed? My options as I see them are:
1) Do nothing. This is what I've done so far. Pros: it's the least amount of work. Cons: see above paragraph.
2) Throw some of the big stories up on the fandom classics list, maybe in an "other" or "N/A" category at the bottom. Pros: only slightly more work than #1. Cons: doesn't really address the issues; more "shunts then to the side, says 'eh, good enough.'"
3) Re-review the stories as Fandom Classics. Pros: results in reviews of those stories! Cons: to do it properly, I'd need to re-read and re-review those stories, which is fine in and of itself (I've re-read plenty of stories for Fandom Classics or 6-Star Reviews), but probably means retreading areas I've already covered.So again, I'd like to get some suggestions. Does one of those stick out to you? Do you have some brilliant alternative (no sarcasm; brilliant alternatives would be welcome)? If you've got any sort of opinion, I'd love to hear it.