This is highly subjective, but I've noticed that as my reputation has increased I seem to get slightly more upvotes. There are lots of possible explanations for this, but I wonder if people are more likely to upvote answers from people with higher reputations. I'm fairly sure that at least sub-consciously I give more weight to such answers.
This is obviously a good thing when you come to look back at an old question, but I wonder if hiding the reputation of an answerer for the first (say) 24 hours might lead to more representative voting?
Has this been tried on any other stack exchange sites?