Rejection Agreements shouldn't count towards an Upgrade
I'm starting to think people are just rejecting things to get upgrades faster. it's way less work, and with the frequency we're seeing otherwise fine submissions get rejected, it would explain a lot. people can nitpick in here over any potential detail that might be responsible ("oh it's probably because there's a blade of grass blocking the 10 foot sign, maybe move it out the way next time?"), but I'm pretty sure it's pointless if reviewers are just burning through and rejecting everything.