Some answers on this site obviate the question by rewording the question's example. For instance, suppose that you asked,
Is it better to hyphenate a multiword compound modifier in the manner of "the seventy-six-trombone parade" or in that of "the seventy-six trombone parade"?
Suppose that I answered,
Why not just write, "the parade that has seventy-six trombones"?
Does the site consider such an answer good?
The site features many such answers, and not a few comments of the same kind. (I would prefer not to single out particular instances here, but instances are not hard to find.) Some of these answers and comments are by users of high reputation, which is why I ask.