Hope nobody minds me giving my feedback now, it was just a short test, so it's just an early feedback, therefore it may change.
Overall, I loved it. I liked how it seems to passively stimulate user to review instead of just voting, the "Leave your feedback" box right there under the vote bar was like if it said: "Hey dude, thanks for voting, why don't you leave a review as well?". It is also pretty nice to be able to vote with "halfs", before this, when I reviewed something and rated it something like 3.5 I would always find myself in the dilemma of: "Should I vote 3 or 4?".
Though, I have some questions:
1-Are the blam and save rules still the same? bacause I noticed that the tankman turns red when hovering over 0.5 and 0, and that seems to imply that these are the blam votes. (Note that I don't really think this is true, I'm just pointing out what they imply).
2-Are creators going to get notifications when someone edits a review in one of their submissions, as they do when someone posts one? This came to my mind because editing a review can mean completely different feedback and score.
3-If I change the score I gave to a submission a day later, does that count as a new vote? Or if I delete my review and make a new one?
4-Are we getting XP for voting on audio and art now? I forgot to check it out.
Besides that, there are a few suggestions I'd like to make: maybe this editing review thing should have a time limit like in the forums, and the review should be marked as edited, again just like in the forums.
In the end, I don't think Pico's sacrifice was in vain.
P.S.: Good lord, everything is different on the "Best of all time". Think this will take some time to get fixed. Also I noticed the score has changed for some stuff (first one I noticed was my own, the score went down a bit, not much. Is there a chance that this shift was bigger for other stuff?) I also thing this "correct itself" thing may be harder for the little guys, as they don't get too much exposition (not like there's a big difference, but there's a little difference between the amount of exposition big authors get and little ones get).