I have noticed that my resources have received more reviews lately and suspect that the number has grown in response to urgings by TES to leave a review after downloading resources. All well and good, but the majority come with a star rating but no explanatory comment. I have received comment-less ratings recently for my resources ranging from five stars to one star. In the case of the 5-star ratings, I would have welcomed feedback about the age and ability ranges of the students working with my resources and perhaps some pointers to what could be further improved. In the case of the one 1-star rating for a resource I had previously received very positive feedback for, I was left wondering why such a low score had been awarded without any reason why being given. I replied to the "reviewer", but my request for feedback has remained unanswered for three weeks. Has anybody else experienced this? I propose that any reviewer leaving a "one-star" rating should be prompted by the software to give the author some constructive criticism/feedback to explain a low score in the same way as eBay won't permit negative feedback to sellers without explanation in the interests of fairness to both parties.