That doesn’t apply to me. My aim in subscribing is to have information about consumer law or activities and a reference to reviews. I don’t feel I ought to read the whole thing to get value for money, there are products that I would never buy for example so I don’t care about which is the best.
I don’t subscribe to the paper version any more so I don’t sit down to read it at all. Even if I did there would be no need to recall the details as my shopping strategy is to do research first then shop, so I usually have the information with me when required.
If I should not do my homework there are two ways to have the necessary knowledge, to be able to recall it as required and to be able to find it as required. I feel no need to memorise the reference books in my library as I can consult them any time, the same goes for the online version of Choice.