I never bother with PSR's scores. I look at the pictures, read their review and then make my own mind up as to whether I want those figures in my collection or not. Sometimes the quality of the sculpting isn't my main criteria and lack of alternatives might sway me which is how I ended up buying WWII FFL and Bosnian Handschar, which I will paint and use at some time even though they are horrible figures. I remember when Strelets first came on the scene they did some awful sets (for a while they had a penchant for depicting medieval cavalrymen wielding two hand weapons that would have pitched them out of their saddle if they had really tried to use them on horseback) but we liked their innovation and many of us found that a lick of paint worked wonders and really brought some of the figures alive. Since then they have massively improved their sculpting and production quality and I'm so glad that we supported them through the growing years and they have become one of the best manufacturers around nowadays. PSR offers an invaluable chance to see good scans of figures and they are perfectly entitled to put whatever score they like but it doesn't influence my purchasing choices.