1 - I realized I had not taken a close look at these lists in 2 years and there were some fairly great golf holes I had played that had been overlooked or where my opinion changed a bit, which leads to point 2.
2 - Sometimes a golf hole really stands out, or maybe two stand out and they make it on the lists easily. However, often that is not the case. I can easily say that most of the time I'm really only seriously considering at most 5 holes for these three lists. HOWEVER, when stepping back and looking at it years after starting the list, either from playing other holes or passage of time, things tended to shift and I actually had some holes go up or down the lists as I gained new perspective.
3 - Finally, I realized there are a couple of hole numbers that are a little more sparse in "great" ones. The one that stands out the most is hole #9. I think that is for a couple of reasons. First, usually, if there is going to be a great closing hole, it usually is left to be the finisher by the architect (#18). Secondly, a lot of nine holes head back to the clubhouse and lose some points for being "trapped" in that regard. I was happy to find three holes that really stood out, but I had to search for the third one for awhile as there were far less ones that stood out to me.
4 - Several Honorable Mention holes were un-retired, which was great, although one was added due to a bumping from the Par 5 Listing.