This is just a comment, how it goes I have really no opinion one way or another, but I felt since it came to my attention it would be worth my while pointing it out.
It occurs to me - at least with the products I own or have tried for a while (which don't go in my lists) - that the gdgt-specific product 'takes' and descriptions often have no bearing with reality. There are outright factual inaccuracies and other errors which leads me to believe that they're being written by gdgt staffers who have either a) never used it or b) had so limited time with it so as to be even more worthless than an engadget-style "hands-on".
The way the site works now, the effective 'stamp of gdgt approval' on the description basically makes you guys out to be actually worse than even your regular lifestyle publication - as even parroting PR would probably lead to more accurate assessments than the almost wilfully inaccurate content sometimes to be found.
One of the good things about the original system is that you can edit such mistakes. I realised even back then the point of the exercise was to economically crowdsource the gadget database, but the removal of that - and again I can see the point of that exercise from your viewpoint as well - also seems a little churlish.