As a current "higher level" monk, I am against the
idea. The current levels are good enough. However, there
is the (slightly) related problem of the fact that
gaining levels get easier and easier as more people join
the monastery: there are more potential votes to
shower on each node. Heck, I remember when getting a node
with a rep of 10 was a big deal. :) I realize that a
Saint like me suggesting that the path to sainthood be
made harder is akin to the US Congress voting itself
a pay raise, but when even crappy nodes (IMHO) are
getting a rep of 20+...
P.S. This issue has come up many times before, and I
have yet to recall a single Saint who wants these higher
levels. Not that it's a bad idea per se, but
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