You will know then, ff, that I voted for No2, 'Good idea, broadly well done but with some flaws'.
Which is, of course, the right answer.
Why? I hear you splutter.
No 1. Excellence can't be watered down by 'on the whole' qualifications. Ruled out.
No 3. A sad cop out.
No 4. 'Mozart' and 'a bad idea' are contradictory, and those who selected No 4 immediately realised the contradiction and tried to cover up. Ruled out.
No 5 As for 4, without apology, but with the preposterous position of arriving at a conclusion before the trial.
'Flaws' with 'broadly' are the operative words here, and much constructive criticism has been brought to bear in dealing with them, even by those who, unfortunately, voted for the wrong options.