My Error Report has caused me to dig in deeper and research. It has also caused me to go around in circles -- sometimes I'm not the person who can fix the problem. For example, an ancestor's parents were Abraham and Sarah, but I had connected him to the WRONG Abraham and Sarah. I am very thankful that someone else could help me because I could not seem to fix it.
When I've found a source that someone else had not discovered, I usually email them; for example, "Today I'm honoring this ancestor, who served New Hampshire in the American Revolution under Col. Cilley" and I add the source, so the PM can "click here" to the link.
Some of us have only so much time, or access to only a few tools. I do not subscribe to Ancestry.com, but I do subscribe to New England Historical & Genealogical Society -- you get the picture. My library subscribed to Heritage Quest census records. Plus, more records are available through the Internet than ever before; someone else may turn over a stone before we do.
I am grateful for the help. This is about collaboration, and building a better tree.