Occasionally I'll look through the site and read some of the screenplays posted by members. Today I started one, found four misspellings/typos on the first page as well as some heavy overwriting. (i.e.; Bob a 42 and a half year old man with blonde hair, a red striped shirt, gray green eyes, wearing blue shoes and carrying a briefcase....) and I ended up not reading further. I realized that this is probably what most agents, managers, producers do on a daily basis. They see the glaring errors right off the bat and lose interest. I've been guilty of this too, and I know scripts I've sent out in the past haven't been 100 percent. But it was a bit of an "ah-ha" moment for me today, to think of how many hundreds of scripts an agent must try to read, and how quickly one will discard a script that's got errors right from the get-go. Anyway, just thinking aloud about it and ruminating on the importance of putting your best work out there!