Time, money, and thus resources and broadbands are limited, so think of conservation. I have wasted lots of precious bandwidth downloading (thus others limited uploading bandwidth) files with wrong names or files that doesn't work or files that doesn't do what it is intended to. Even if I get a file, I can't use it if it doesn't suit my need. Thus, the file becomes a waste of bandwidth.
Imagine how much better P2P would be if we can download exactly what we want the first time around without having to redownload something else or the same thing because of errors. P2P would be so efficient and useful rather than wasting time, effort and resources. Often times, it becomes more wasteful than to just go out and spend the money and just buy it.
Anyway, I urge everyone not to rename files just to increase search results for one's own files and not to share files that have errors. It would be even better to put descriptions of files and even rate it.
If anyone really wants others to download something, then just post it under requests or verified hashes, then the people who really wants it will download it, thus saving your bandwidth their bandwidth, and thus the community's bandwidth, and ultimately our bandwidth.
Is this message loud and clear enough?