It's worth to mention that I'm still a newbie on Physics SE and SE in general, but during this year or so I found that different sites have different "standard" ways of answering (and there's nothing wrong with that in principle). As an example, the Role-playing Games' answers almost all have the same structure:
Big, concise answer
Paragraph(s) explaining the answer
Eventual paragraph(s) on related topics or specifications
like this, and personally, I find it very easy to understand and I try to always answer in a similar manner, as opposed to "specifications, then answer but not clearly stated", like this. Is there a reason why a lot of people don't do this? Is it just different ways of explaining for different people, or is it a site-related thing?
Disclaimer: I'm not talking about those awesome huge answers that explain everything in a great detail better than a physics book, nor about opinion-based answers (but they shouldn't belong to the site anyway). I'm talking about "normal" answers.