Yup, definitely. I feel bad when I select it because there'll be one or two opinions that were super thorough and did make perfect sense as well.
Then I'll award MHO to an opinion that was just one-two sentences that didn't address the actual issue that well at all. Sometimes that opinion will even be just a question back to myself. However, it'll turn into a back and forth of narrowing in on the root of the issue specific in my case. No generalized solution or explanation, but really down to the root, all variables considered.
Yes, a few times. Sometimes they quickly respond so I don't really consider them (if it's just a "No (filler)" type) but then after I said Thank you, they elaborate more. Sometimes the elaboration is insightful, so I will award them MHO.
I have. Typically speaking, my questions are not of serious nature, so I usually give MHO to whoever makes me have a reaction -usually positive-.
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