I know I'm reviving an old thread, but it might be better than starting a new one?
I do see a problem with reviews where the guys try and be gentlemen by keeping the intimate acts private, but this is a forum for sharing, either go big or go home! A WG by her very act of sex with strangers removes this, unless she transcends the '4th wall', but this is a rare thing. In short, she's not your GF once the time runs out.
As for 'treat her well', well, I'm ambivalent on this. There are some who I've seen who expect to used as just a whore, and whilst I don't wish them bad, their lives are their business, and I have no interest in them. However, for some, I do wish them well, and sincerely hope that they only meet the kindest gentlemen. I've known a few WG, some personally outside of their professional lives. Some men are gentlemen (as I try to be), and treat them with respect. Some men are just indifferent, no nice, not nasty, just do their business and leave. Some though can be nasty, and whilst some girls I know can deal with it, some get very shaken by it. I admit, I have a soft spot for a couple of sweet girls who are extant in the industry, and at least one I know is vulnerable to this (too sweet for this industry, maybe). So, if I say 'treat her well', it's not a command, it's a request, although I think most of the guys here, at least the regular posters (of which I've become I think) would have respect, even if indifferent to the girl.
Of course, respect is earned. Some WG have no respect for us. For many, myself included, £120 or so is a lot of money. We are giving our earned money to a girl for what is often given away for free. We expect respect, that services and prices will be honoured, and that the service itself will meet reasonable expectations. This isn't always the case. I'm lucky in that I usually have a good service, and leave satisfied (even if I then get feelings of regret, but that's another thread...). As such, if a girl fails to meet the minimums, there is no way we'd say 'treat her well', because respect is both ways.
OK, I'm a soppy git!