I'm fairly new to iRecord. I like it but it's a bit frustrating that many records seem to disappear into oblivion without being reviewed.
I understand that verifiers are busy and doing the work out of the goodness of their hearts - and that in some groups there can be thousands of records.
My suggestion is - and I realise that this has its risks - that you allow non-expert people to verify a limited no. of records. For example, I am pretty confident at IDing many species of British birds although I'm not a county recorder or even on the county rarities committee. But I would be reliable at identifying almost all of the commonly occurring birds. I suppose this would only work if 'amateur' volunteers were allowed to check records in categories 1 - 3 (for example) of difficulty.
Our county moth recorder won't look at iRecord, so perhaps a similar system could work for moths - allow a keen 'amateur' to verify, say, 250 fairly distinctive and wide-spread species. Where in doubt, the record could be pended.