Just to add to Duane's comments, we as judges do NOT try to kill a car. I look at it as a means to help the owner correct minor flaws and as such, have a better car in the end.
It is not possible to list every single item that may be wrong on a car when judging, especially in just 15 minutes. For that reason, the judging team may find other items wrong on a car the next time it is showed and list them for the owner to correct. This gives the owner a workable list to go from and correct instead of seeing 1000 entries that appear as Mt. Everest to him/her. I would much rather give an owner a list of "A, B and C" to correct and then the next time out "D, E and F" than to list the entire alphabet in one fell swoop.
Brad Conley. 70 GSX Prototype, 71 Black GSX, 87 GNX Prototype, 75 Skyhawk, 2 86 GN's, 72 Centurion Convert and a host of other Buicks!