While I don't want even the most demanding contest Holders to feel unwelcome or offended in any way, I do wish the more demanding and critical of them were more aware of our limitations and how due to the inherent nature and limitations of the crowdsourcing model, we won't be rewarded for most of the work that we do.
I could brainstorm a single contest for hours while being an expert on the subject matter, come up with excellent names and still not win that contest. So to be practical, I have to make some less than optimal choices. I have to limit how much time, energy and effort I put into a single contest. I may have to come up with a wide range of names very quickly; even some random seeming ones (Based on my expertise, database of names accumulated over the years, intuition and past experiences) to test the waters and find out what type of names the contest holder likes. Add to this things like .com availability and a plethora of other complications.
So if my work or approach seems less than optimal, this doesn't mean I am being lazy, not putting any effort or thought into a contest or just throwing things out there; just the nature of the beast.