Only trouble I've had with that is My Yahoo RSS. Confounded thing issues an update alert via email every time I unmisplace a comma, or add or delete an advertisement.
I suppose the users of that service switch off notifications before long. I hope so. (I subscribe to all services my readers are likely to use. I don't like this one.)
As to your greater point, the best is the enemy of the good, and the only sure way to honk off readers is not get on with it. People in the fantasy reading world are still mad with that Jordan fellow for not having a point. Well, maybe he did, but he died before he got to it.
A thought that has been growing in the back of my mind, though it does not need surgery yet, is the typical reader does not notice small errors like comma placement or drifting from past to past perfect. Their speech reflects their minds. The ordinary reader is not a grammarian. So I concluded I would stop writing for the copy editors (some of the very best have gone over my printed stuff) and just write for readers.
I don't know if that helps. The coin is still in midair on your question for me too. I think if I totally screwed up I ought to fix it, but then I think, why bother?