I never got my question on Bergman Spaces answered with any good quality and it received only $1$ upvote and some nonsequitor comment from a very high reputation user, while a similar post about Polish Spaces asked at (roughly) the same time had a similar level of effort put in to the question, the OP asked essentially the same as me, "Why study this?". The primary differences,
They didn't receive any cocky comments
They got a quality answer .... with 6 of upvotes and a lower quality answer with 1 downvote.
Their question was upvoted 16 times and was selected as a favorite question by two people.
In both cases, the same very high rep user was in the comments... but in the other post he was constructive, in mine he was at best annoying.
I was thinking there might be a few reasons for this: First, this OP put a bounty on the question (I did not), secondly the OP has a lot more rep than me so people might take his question more seriously. But I think its the responsibility of high rep users to treat posts equally. I think my question was valid, am I being unreasonable, is there anything I can do to get my question (and future ones) better answers (before you post it... I've already read this post on how to ask better questions and all of its answers.
In full disclosure, in one my own answers I said that reputation means nothing at the end of the day, but I think that there is something to be said when a post is ignored simply because the OP doesn't have several thousand rep.