Indexing and reviewing advanced records
I notice so many errors when reviewing advanced records, that I hesitate to refer this website to any serious genealogy searcher. This also leads me to believe that correctly-indexed advanced records are being ruined when otherwise correct entries are undone, resulting in a database that makes it impossible to expect accurate results when searching the FamilySearch records. It appears obvious that some indexers/reviewers are not reading (or are ignoring) the batch instructions.
My suggestion is this: Prior to an indexer/reviewer being able to open an advanced record, there should be a pre-test. If the indexer/reviewer passes the pre-test, then the record to be indexed/reviewed will open. The test could include some simple true/false questions that highlight common errors, like using punctuation marks in names, expanding spelling entries where they should not be expanded or corrected (including names like "Thos", entering a child's surname when the surname should be assumed, using a comma to separate place name levels, etc. Indexers/reviewers should not be able to circumvent the test page.
In each case, the correct answer could be revealed. This would have the effect of forcing an indexer/reviewer to read the batch instructions, thus assuring more accurate FamilySearch records.