Msg#: 4694441 posted 2:03 pm on Aug 12, 2014 (gmt 0)
Msg#: 4694441 posted 8:12 pm on Aug 12, 2014 (gmt 0)
While the devil is in the details I think the concept in general is sound. Use the native functionality as much as is reasonable - it's fast & reliable. That's not to say that a plugin or custom code is any worse or better. It's just I prefer to keep things simple for many reasons.
If your content clearly sets the expectations and provides guidelines for how you want the user to interact, then you've accomplished half the work. The other half will be managing comments/reviews. Then all you need is to find a solution for pinning one or more reviews at the top and a voting system. Neither strike me as hard to do - and may already exist.