I think you are probably ahead of the curve at this point.
Not trying to be disrespectful at all. If correctly handled, the data will speak for itself. The problem is that a lot of people think that they understand stats. A few easy questions to weed out the posers- 1. How do you handle outliers? 2. What if they are outliers in X and Y space? 4. How and when do you correct for skewness and kurtosis? 3. What program do you use for nonparametric data?
These are all super simple questions for any one that is allowed a crack any commercial data set.