For sure the aspect is one of the hardest things to learn about the Russian language, especially for those (as me) whose first language does not have that concept.
However, every week or every other week someone asks a question about differences between two words where one is perfective and the other is imperfective. This is the latest question and here and here are two examples from two weeks ago. Both have some points in common: The OP seems not to be aware of the concept aspect and the question's tag are edited, i.e. the aspect tag was added. Next, the answers are quite similar, pointing out the same fact and then adding related examples.
At that point I should say that even I asked a similar question, but I also have to justify myself that I created the question being aware of the principal difference between perfective and imperfective and just needed some advice to a concrete context.
Said that, I'm not sure if we really want to have - at some time in future - hundreds of related/similar questions, with only one difference: The verb in question.
One idea that come to my mind is creating a basic question which is similar to the ones that asks for concrete verbs but more general so that we can close questions as duplicate in future and link them to the general question.
What do you think?
Edit: Regarding Alenanno's answer:
The most important point I see, and what I also mentioned above, is that the answer is always the same. It doesn't matter which word you type-in into the question, it's always: One is perfective, one is imperfective, i.e. one is finished, the other isn't (of course not as short as I did now). So, in my book this is kind of low-level question, since the (general) answer can be found a hundred times on the Internet, and now several times on RLU.
If someone has the question regarding the words X and X' and give him an answer with the words Y and Y' he is still able to understand the difference between X and X'. And if anything is unclear in a concrete context, you can still ask here and then - imho - the question is absolutely justified.