It's incredibly disheartening when a peer review includes the phrase "there must be a way to X" without pointers. If you, as the reviewer, think there should be a better way to do something than the authors propose, it's your responsibility to find it. It's irresponsible to expect the authors to conjure up related work that you yourself are not aware of.

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