in reply to A case for neutral votes
Why not treat sorting through many different options as part of the learning process as well?
If you have a well-defined goal, you can almost always at least tell which options work and doesn't work, and then which better or worse.
If someone have a MacOS specific problem, a better MacOS specific solution might get lesser votes because fewer people have experience with MacOS and can try out the solution as most users here are on *nix and Windows.
Better guidance seems better than better scoring. I'm not against "neutral votes" however if people found it useful.