(Probably a minority interest at the moment but I thought I'd post it in case I forget and somebody else remembers) Some people will be familiar with Cochrane reviews. They do systematic reviews of medical literature that hold a lot of weight/have a lot of status. They have done three, that I know of, on CFS: Such reviews tend to get updated every so often as new evidence comes along. We're expecting a couple in the next year or two (the PACE Trial authors have referred to these upcoming publications). Anyway, I heard somewhere that the Cochrane system now has a feedback mechanism. This could be a useful way to highlight criticisms of reviews, problems and gaps in the literature, etc. Somebody may have a link on this (the feedback mechanism). Anyway, I've just come across an example of this in action. It's from the review "Helmets for preventing head and facial injuries" http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/14651858.CD001855/pdf See pages 16-29.