Well we can talk all day about the so-called "Democratic" process, but it doesn't take away the fact that anyone could be voting. Who is to say that there aren't multiple sock puppets doing the voting?
I know, I know, then let the other artists register their own army of sock puppets to do their bidding, but is that what we really want Woot! to become?
Anyone who follows the reckoning week-in, week out, knows within the final hour, certain shirts will become the benefactors of a large number of oddly named Wooters. Coincidence?
I still don't see the democratic process in place here, more than I see someone (or a group of people) who know how to game the system.
Just my 2 cents, though.