We have an old question about the usefulness of getting reviews from Kirkus. Many of the answers are personal-experience testimonials about the poor quality of this service. They are mostly all saying the same things.
These are being posted by new users, so protecting the question will fend off more of them, but what should we do with the existing ones, all of which are upvoted?
Is the problem the question? While it is somewhat opinion-based, it's gotten a good answer explaining the difference between reviews and critiques and giving good guidance. To me that says a question in this space can be answerable. Also, the question isn't just a one-liner "what do you guys think of Kirkus?" (which I trust would have been closed); it lays out what the OP is trying to achieve and asks if this is a reasonable way to go about it. This is an approach to asking that we want to encourage.
So, what should we do with this question and its collection of answers?