''Be cautious with major changes: consider discussing them first.'' With large proposed deletions or replacements, it may be best to suggest changes in a discussion, to prevent [[WP:EW|edit warring]] and disillusioning either other editors or yourself (if your hard work is rejected by others). One person's improvement is another's desecration, and nobody likes to see their work "destroyed" without prior notice. If you choose to be very bold, take extra care to justify your changes in detail on the article talk page. This will make it less likely that editors will end up reverting the article back and forth between their preferred versions. To facilitate discussion of a substantial change without filling up the talk page, you can create the new draft in [[Wikipedia:User page|your own userspace]] (eg [[User:Example/Lipsum]]) and link to it on the article discussion page.