Y'see, this is a great example of something that READS more like hurt ego...and that may NOT (late edit catching this omission; sorry) be the case if you list the pros and cons without the offended tone.
I get that you don't feel somebody has a right to touch your use of language, while you're willing to take hands-off suggestions.
When getting feedback on a rejection, what "rule" does that break? What's "wrong" with that?
I hope these questions will help you to see better where we're going.
I don't want a gripe session; I want a laundry list of specific failures and successes, and I don't think this one is (yet) a failure...though it obviously bruised your feelings.
Correcting typos and adding new ones; now THAT'S a failure.
Correcting typos that are yours; that's actually a GOOD thing, because it forces you to recognize that you need to proof better next time (if, in fact, there were any). I don't actually care if there are, let's just try it again, and post the defined successes and failures.
Btw, do that here, and you'll be better at learning how to keep your eye on this particular ball without involving personal feelings.
Yes, we all have feelings...but don't let them get in the way of you being PERCEIVED by others as "right."
I really am trying to get this out of conversation mode, and into a laundry list of pros and cons that are devoid of opinion.