This chapter presents a case study which the case tackles both issues of fixing specific problems, and the give-and-take that occurs between author and editor to find a print-ready version which makes both happy without compromising the original aesthetic intentions beyond the author's baseline of tolerance. In broad terms, the issues encountered in Baker's "The Expo" fall into the categories of characterization, structure, and resolution, with a key focus on the relationship between the main characters and the "strange austerity" of the Shanghai landscape. This case study asks quite defined questions of the revised edits, but equally it challenges the validity of certain decisions.