I realize that occasional errors slip by, but whoever turned this copy in needs to rethink. This statement implies ghorans are ALL extremely powerful and experienced. Ghorus lived some 4000 years ago! We are supposed to have PC's with skills and experiences of several thousand years, yet are first level... Hell, even ghoran NPC's are a b#&*% kitty to fit in - they should all be insanely high level (note that we have yet to see a single ghoran NPC of any level). Why hasn't the international ghoran conspiracy taken over the world by now?
Because PCs are exceptional individuals in the world of Golarion (and rpgs in general), and the majority of any race/species/Ghorans will be non-PCs who have (mechanically) NPC class levels and experiences and (realistically) low ambitions and interests beyond the day to day mundane workings of average citizens of the world?
IE, they may have thousands of years of, say, farming experience- which is awesome- but not of wizardly expertise.
So a player comes to you with a proposal for a ghoran PC, and you're going to hand him 20 lvls of Commoner NPC as a bonus?
Not to mention if you read what ghoran's are, a significant portion of that experience is combat practice - being hunted, and eaten when they fail to evade the hunt...