I wonder if you follow the punctuation of the source text. I normally do that but characters like "!" and "," when used in the same sentence with the curly quotes, cause the quotes to be reversed (and I use quotes a lot with names because there is no capitalization in Arabic). So, in some cases, the quotes are displayed correctly, in others they appear reversed. I'm thinking of not sticking to the punctuation of the source but I'm concerned about the jury. Also, I had to change some item and spell translations because they didn't fit in the interface (overlapped) so I opted for shorter strings. I wonder if the jurors will consider such factors that affect our choices.