I have looked at my item so many times now, I am worried I'm "drinking the Kool-aid" and no longer seeing errors. Is anyone willing to have me send them a PM for a quick review of my item to make sure I'm not making blatant mistakes, format fumbles, typos, etc.?
I thought I read somewhere we should not use the term "you" when referencing the user of a wondrous item. However, in the books and other references I see "you" often. For example in the Awesome Item:
Awesome Item of Splendiferousness
Aura strong conjuration; CL 17th
Slot head; Price 57,500 gp; Weight 5 lbs.
A thin banded helm of platinum rather like a crown but devoid of any gemstones. Wearing this will allow you to create the most amazing wondrous items that everyone will want. Items created whilst wearing this helm have zero failure chance on creation checks.
Should the second sentence be the wearer can create the most amazing... instead?