The paper I was worried about suggesting good referees is now accepted with minor changes at the 1st try. It took 1 month an 10 days. This is my second accepted paper as main author and the fastest review I have seen in the institute.
The referees comments are very positive and increase the quality of the manuscript and caused a positive mind set. I wonder if I should thank the referees and put there names on the paper. Ups Its a single-blind review process. So thank you, mysterious scientist.
Another interesting thing are the different reviewer comment styles. I only have a small sample set of two measurement points but it shows already an extreme gap. Some referees directly like what they see and only comment on major issues. Some referees are giving many very detailed hints.
Referee #1: I recommend the paper for publication. END
Referee #2: <2 sections introduciton> <many hints> I recommend the paper for publication, with some changes.
Referee #3: What is this piece of crap
Referee #4: -no comment- (?died during review?)
The example illustrates a 2:1 win, which would result in an accepted paper with some changes.