I submit as a gamemaster and vote as a gamemaster. Everything I post is geared towards potentially being useful to someone for a game, and every vote I cast is against that fleeting question: Would I be willing to incorporate this submission into a game I've run?
In fact, Scrasamax can definitely feel proud that I liked his submission Romero Coultier enough to ask him for permission to use that Character in my CRTF campain.
Stat blocks are useful to me. They are often more concise than a lengthy physical description of a character, something that I absolutely hate doing. I've had many submissions under the thrall of Mathom because I can't be assed to put the Strolen Chrome on them to make them shiny and superfluously flowery.
Some days, I want to just throw down a stat block, summarize the information within for heathen non-believers who haven't switched to GURPS yet, and call it good.
Honestly, it is my personal feeling that voting a submission down due to in-game statistics is short-sighted and rude. The initial response from Cheka Man for this
came just two days after OmegaDraco joined our ranks. Would you call having an established, respected member of the community saying "It's okay but too many stats you need to rewrite before I'll vote" a nice welcome to the community? Are we incapable of selectively skipping stat blocks and looking at the further merits?
There's a reason Agrivaine Dorset was submitted as a stub- I couldn't be assed to give him a long-ass spiel about his backstory, his motivations, his appearance, or to concoct amusing stories about him. Looking at his stat block, you can figure out pretty much everything but the backstory, and it's not terribly hard to do.
My feelings are that anything created for a specific game or system should be allowed to stand on their own with those details included. Each author should be allowed their own style and way of posting- I've long ago accepted that my vote totals will only average between 3-4.5 points because of my posting style- even if that style is different from what we expect.
EDIT: Fixing HTML and a typo