Then you should probably stick to looking for partners with similar post interests as your own because like you have things you like so do other people and they're not going to just up and stop putting on their request threads what they look for in partners just because it doesn't sit well with you. There are a lot of things I find on request threads I don't agree with but I just move on until I find something I do.I am antagonistic about it because as soon as I see a requirement like that, I either have to assume that they mean it, in which case they're prone to fluff and lack subtlety, or they don't mean it and therefore don't mean what they say in general, which is just as unworkable. I wouldn't jump through hoops to prove myself to somebody like that in either case. If they call for a writing sample in lieu of a post length, I'd have more faith in attempting something with that person. If one must have standards, then have standards that are consistently relevant. If a long-post standard is consistently relevant, let it be for action/setting-heavy genres. Otherwise you're totally doomed to fluff or limited character concepts.