In my recent question on Travel Stack Exchange I attracted a lot of attention (not least in part because it was a hot network question) and I got a lot of answers. Frustratingly, early answers drove the conversation into a related (and highly relevant) problem, and none of them ended up directly/completely addressing the question as written. The top voted answer is a terse reply, that explores practically none of the nuances. The second, more lengthy answer does a better job, but focuses on the related issue and misses valuable contributions to the answer. While I was able to pick out a complete answer, it was spread over 14 different replies.
To make the question more useful for those who would be interested, I collated the information that I found useful and made a community wiki answer that actually addressed the whole question. If someone else had done this, even if it wasn't a community wiki, I would have happily accepted the answer so it would sit at the top of the list.
BUT since I curated it myself it is impossible for me to get this answer pinned to the top, even when I made it a community wiki from the start. Yes, it potentially could be upvoted to the top, but I highly doubt that will ever happen due to amount of early traffic and huge amount of catching up that is needed.
As the asker, in general I am given the privilege of deciding for myself which answer best fits my question (and the community is free to disagree using the voting mechanism). But in this instance, since I am the originator of the wiki, it is impossible to push this higher. I don't doubt there are good reasons for this, probably discussed ad nauseum, but
In a case like this, how can I, as the asker, highlight information that I found more valuable than the top voted answer, but is spread over multiple answers?
I mean, I could put the answer into the question, but that just defeats the purpose of the format in the first place, not to mention would bloat the question. Editing highly voted answers is maybe an option, but there is a lot of content to add, it doesn't seem like a good option.
I am invested in this question, and I really love the Stack Exchange format and community. I really want to make a meaningful and useful contribution, but my hands are tied here.
What can I do?