Where do we discuss this set? I thought it was good overall, but there were some grammatical issues in some questions to the point where it seemed like whole phrases and sentences were missing, as well as one incorrect answer line that was flat out hilarious.
SteveJon should be creating a discussion thread shortly, but I'd like to request that people once again do not choose to use the board discussion to point out obvious issues like "this thing was spelled incorrectly" or "oh man, this question asking for the author of A Tale of Two Cities actually had an answer line that said Oliver Twist, how silly!" About three questions had random portions lopped off by whoever was mixing the packet, which is obviously a frustrating issue (to me, the author of those questions, as much as anyone), but that's a fluky technical problem whose discussion is free of pedagogical value.
On the other hand, this tournament had a first-time chief editor and people working on lit, RMP, and SS for the first time at the collegiate level. I also made the first serious attempt at editing music in my career, with presumably comical results. There are a lot of things about this set whose discussion will be very useful to a number of people, but none of the things you're mentioning fall into that category.