When a user reaches 1000 reputation they become an established user. With that comes the ability to see the number of up and down votes on any post. While I have no problem with this privelege being reserved for established users when it comes to other people's posts, I think that a user should be able to see the up/down vote count on their own posts, regardless of their reputation. Is there a reason why they can't? Is the reasoning that, if the post is not CW, they should be able to figure it out using reputation changes?