In general, it is not a good idea to expect a host to edit your tournament. If you have that expectation, it needs to be part of the agreement. If it is part of the agreement, the host can set aside the many hours it takes to do a cursory reading of a set or perhaps more. If it is not, the host probably will spent their time in other ways, such as planning a tournament and living their life.
IHSA expects hosts to look through the questions and fix problems. If you are trying to be the IHSA, congrats!
If a host does read through a tournament, they probably will do so over the course of several days, and they probably have read hundreds of sets in their lives with which to confuse it, so they probably will miss several repeats. I mean, they probably will pick up the identical questions on Somalia, temperance, Kant, voodoo, Goya, and All Quiet on the Western Front. However, reading rounds days apart, they might miss even something this completely obvious, especially if they were focused on trying to put the words in this set into sentence order. Additionally, they might miss the repeated information on Friedman, Frost, Ricardo, Bierce, Paz, Charlemagne, Teapot Dome, VSEPR, Faulkner, and alpha particles that isn't a complete word-for-word repeat. Also, there is debate on whether repeating answer lines is acceptable, so they may just ignore your repeats of Warhol, Cromwell, T Roosevelt, Florida, Queen Anne, and William the Conqueror.
Additionally, the fact that you didn't get many complaints from a certain host doesn't count for anything. Some areas are used to bad questions, and when they hear myth clues in their science questions or hear a few years mentioned in questions on leptons, those questions are still better than what some of them are used to. I'm also not sure what we are to make of the fact that none of them complained about The Key To All Mysteries being confused with The Key To All Mythologies, Eurytus being called the greatest of all centaurs, Reveries of a Solitary Walker missing the word 'a', Olduvai Gorge being called Olvudai Gorge, Polk being called the successor of Andrew Jackson, voodou being called the official religion of Haiti, The Difficulty Crossing being confused for The Difficult Crossing, etc. (I could go on much longer, or somebody could decide to make the Google Doc public, but I'll stop a little before the halfway point out of boredom.) Basically, it doesn't matter that some site didn't complain about these things. I'm also not sure what to make of the fact that they didn't complain about the bizarre underlining decisions in this set--I'm hoping they didn't complain about that because they quickly realized they should just ignore the underlining in the set. I'm also surprised that they didn't complain about the grammar, because they would complain to me if my grammar resembled what was originally in this set. I know that they did complain about Degas being called the painter of Liberty Leading the People, but it didn't help.
Anyways, the only thing anybody is saying is that you should give us a believable reason why we should expect something better this year. If you don't want to do that, then just say that you don't want to do that, and some of us will stop trying to convince you to do something that you will not do. I did look at the first few rounds you just posted, and it did have these things fixed, but hosts would like to know whether those things will be fixed before the set is used this year.
, IHSSBCA Chair (2005-)
New Trier Coach (1994-2011); Head Writer and Editor for Scobol Solo and Masonics (Illinois); Contributing Writer for CMST and NAQT; co-TD for New Trier Scobol Solo and New Trier Varsity