Hey, apparently I'm a power reviewer. This is from a mail I got today from Amazon:
As one of our most valued customer reviewers, we would like to offer you a special invitation to join an exciting new Amazon.com program called Amazon Vine. As a member of this exclusive community, you will have free access to pre-release and new products, as well as the opportunity to be among the very first to review them. [...]
Here's how it works--simply opt into the program, and each month we'll email you a newsletter of new products that our vendors have submitted for Amazon Vine reviews. Browse through the newsletter and visit the Amazon Vine website to order items that appeal to you. We'll ship those items directly to your doorstep free of charge, and they're yours to keep. Once you write your review, we'll post it on the product's page on Amazon.com. Not only will Amazon Vine member reviews be noted as such so they stand out [...], but they will be the only reviews displayed on book and music pages before release date.
Pretty cool. :)
It can't be that exclusive, though, I'm guessing, for I am not a Top-1000 reviewer (I was for a while on the UK site).
Update: I see now that I have 125 reviews, though. And I've gotten 548 "helpful" votes for them. That's pretty good.
TTL asks for an address to all my Amazon reviews. All right, find them here. (Looking at them myself now, it is interesting to note which ones many people voted "helpful" and not. I can't see much rhyme or reason in it.)