That can be loosely translated to read that I'll probably only review something if it's either profitable or if I like it a lot.
By way of an example, I've had the Forex Combo EA in forward test for over three months now, but it's only recently that it's moved into profitability and I feel it's become worthy of a full review.
The Forex Combo system gets its name because it is a combination of three separate EAs which have been merged into one. In fact, that's not entirely true, because users get one EA which is designed to work on cable (GBPUSD currency symbol) and a second EA which works on fiber (EURUSD symbol). The two EAs are essentially the same, but their parameters use different optimum values for each of the two symbols.
Each of the three strategies acts independently of the other two strategies, and users have the option of running either all or any of the strategies they wish. None of the strategies are particularly prolific traders in their own right although, with all strategies combined, the EA should trade on average once a day on each of its two currency symbols, and I guess that the strategies have been merged into one as a way of providing better value for money from the product.