Today (some days ago) is a very good day because I am submitting another paper. This is a very good moment in a life of a scientist or phd student. All the scientific work , discussions, literature search and writing of the last view months, years or even decades is nearly done and condensed in a view pages. Now the human factors are introduced even more by choosing a journal, the editors from the board and suggesting peers to review your scientific work.
How to choose the right persons?
This is the last tricky part. It is tricky because the scientific world is small. You have to suggest peer reviewing scientists and to chose an editor. If they are to close and work in the same field at the nearly same topic, you are in a bad position (www.phdcomics.com). People to far away will not get the point and could underestimate or over estimate (which can backfire) your work.
One part of the answer for me is to choose peers, which I support with my work. The other part of the answer is to ask an experienced scientist. In my case I asked my supervisor. They can tell you some times which persons have a bad habit and which are nice.
Choose Wisely, Young Grasshopper