I'm very intrigued by PeerJ CS and have a simulation tool ready to go. Since PeerJCS is brand new, there aren't many examples to follow as to how to write a good CS paper. CS is a broad field, and there are certainly many effective writing styles for a good paper. The writing style for introducing a new algorithms vs. introducing a new software program for a specialized task would vary tremendously. Therefore, what are there strict guidelines/expectations on authors, or do we have a lot of wiggle-room in this regard? Additionally, since we'd like to propose a new simulation tool for biophysics, how much paper can provide context/background from the specialized field? What is the ratio of science to software, so to speak?