Unfortunately only Johan can give warnings without knocking the picture out of the queue. I frequently wish for that feature, but the mechanics of actually working it like that would be difficult and confusing.
Paul, I know what it feels like too. I once had 140 pictures in the queue and all got blasted
. That was the experience that provoked me into buying a slide scanner.
Recommendation to all uploaders:
In order to save time on-line, and to make sure you can easily re-upload a rejected-and-tweaked shot, you should keep your data somewhere. What I do is build a little Excel file where I import all the relevant info from my main database (msn, Registration, name, construction date, etc.), and type in any additional comments. Using text formulas, you can build your entire remarks section with this info and additional remarks, so that when you are on the upload page, all you do is cut and paste. It also gives you the possibility of reviewing and correcting all your comments before you get online. This process works so fast that I often will have 2 or 3 seperate upload pages open at the same time, because I'll be filling one out while the others are uploading. Then you keep the file in case you have to use it again for rejections.
P.S. I just did a little screening a few minutes ago. The pre-screening queue is now empty (there were only 3 when I looked), so if you haven't recieved any e-mails, your pics are waiting for Johan.