There were roughly 600 reviewers who actively reviewed manuscripts for the Journal of Applied Remote Sensing in 2015. Identifying the top reviewers amongst this group is by no means an easy task. I used three criteria to separate out the top candidates: percentage of reviews completed on time, total reviews completed, and quality of reviews. The first two criteria were directly assessed by quantitative analysis. The top 20 candidates generally reviewed 5 to 15 Journal of Applied Remote Sensing manuscripts over the course of the past year, accepted over half of review requests, and completed their reviews within three weeks of the request. Assessing the quality of review comments is obviously much more qualitative. For this, I relied on my own assessments of the review comments directly.