I appreciate all the input.
However, the notion of me not caring is quite ridiculous. Of course I care. However, there are some obstacles:
1. Changing the Top 100 would be a huge undertaking and I'm not sure I'm ready to dive into 10 year old code and mess with it at this point. I already have a lot of stuff I'm working on.
2. I agree that some aspects of the system could probably be improved but any change will bring forward another group of people who disagree with the list. The whole concept of rating is kind of... prone to abuse? Will always disappoint people? That's just the nature of top lists.
Some years ago I had a mail exchange with Lyman about this topic and we came up with a great alternative for the top 100, I really liked it. It boils down to this: every Pinsider would be drag and dropping their own top X list together. A forced list, where each position garners points. Top game gets, say, 100 points. Seconds game gets 99, third get 98. Etc. People could easily drag, drop and reorder their ratings as preferences change all the time. I know mine are. You know, after the honeymoon phase wears out, many games slide down my list. Heck, my own current ratings list is outdated as I no longer think MET is my favorite game.
I would very much like to implement that system. Possibly it would replace the current top 100 system. Don't worry, the reviews would remain as they are very valuable. The new system would still have a review option.
Anyways, I will try to dig up that email exchange. But gotta get the upcoming Pinside update done first. It's been waaaaaaay to long already.