Reviews can take a long time to complete well. Too often, there is little incentive to academics with full schedules to complete reviews. Offers of 30-day free access to a journal are usually unhelpful because institutions provide access to staff and students anyway through license agreements. Moreover, the efforts that go into writing a review, do not usually present anything tangible that can be included on a CV, or put in a portfolio, or even on an office wall. This is especially frustrating for early career researchers, for whom the lengthy process of peer reviewing articles can go un-noticed. For instance, while one can state on their CV that they “have been a peer-reviewer for Journal of…”, this does not reflect how many reviews they have completed. Essentially, the total amount of effort that has been employed is under-represented and does not help with career progression.