I've gone back and forth with ScholarOne about this; the Reviewer order/numbering is very confusing to the editors because they are listed in different ways in various places. I understand that the "# in Decision Letter" order is based on when reviews are completed in the Original round. Our site(s) are set up so that this order should hold across Revisions--but because the order shifts around based on when reviewers Agree and/or complete their reviews, editors think that the order they see in the small "Reviews" box to the right on the Make Decision screen is the official order. It may not be, and this has them thinking that the order is changing across revisions. It would make more sense to have every Reviewer List that is visible to the editors appear in the same order. Or better yet, if I reorder the main list to match the "# in Decision Letter" from the previous round when checking in a Revision, the system should PERMANENTLY SAVE/LOCK IN that order, instead of tossing it aside when the reviewers inevitably complete their reviews in a different sequence. As it stands now, the editors believe the order is not holding across Revisions, even though the site is configured that it should. Why not have the "# in Decision Letter" be the order in the Reviews box on the Make Decision screen? That way, the editors don't have to click around to find the official order. It makes no sense to have it appear any other way on a Revision's Make Decision page.