I've recently come across a few really well written and researched answers contributed by low rep users.
I feel like my solitary upvote isn't sufficient reward for their efforts. (Yes, I know that truly good answers will attract votes from other users, but in less active tags this can take a while.)
Is it 'wrong' to go to the user's page and go through other answers and questions they have worked on to give them 'bonus' rep?
I wouldn't upvote obviously bad answers, but if the answer is at least ok - or if the answer is an area I don't have experience in - is this 'reverse-gaming' or a legitimate technique to help great new SO-ers?
Edit: thanks for the feedback. It's a good thing I asked first...
Might have to ask a new question about how to help people 'level up' in quieter areas of SO.