Wireframes are better than comps

Everyone knows what a wireframe is -- the name practically describes it, it's a sketch that looks like it's made out of wires. Or, more likely, drawn with a pen on a napkin. You probably think it's done with simple boxes and lines because that's easier, right? So when you have a meeting to look at wireframes, and you see some beautiful comps made in photoshop that look just like web pages, with colors and textures and photos and everything, you should be happy -- that's better! Right? Isn't it?

It's not. Send it back, and demand the sketches.