To have your ego ripped to pieces, or to drift on, not in ignorance, but with the nagging question of what exactly the reviewer *hated* pestering at you - which is worse?
Emsk says it's not just bad, but "wrong". I don't know - factually wrong, or just "not getting it" wrong? Either way, I don't think I care to know. Constructive criticism, that actually makes a fair point, you can learn from. But stuff that's just plain "wrong" usually says more about the prejudices of the reviewer than it does about your performance.
So I've asked not to see it. Is this "wimping out"?