I asked the question Handling critical hits easily when using average damage and literally every answer is good. I've up-voted them all accordingly.
For context, I accepted Rubiksmoose's answer, then later Glen_b posted an answer that is mathematically equivalent but expressed in a more intuitive fashion. After some comment exchanges, Rubiksmoose updated their answer to mention the more intuitive phrasing (with attribution to Glen_b) and Glen_b also revised their post to be more supported.
I still like all answers. Those two answers, Rubiksmoose's and Glen_b's, are the most helpful. When all is said and done, Rubiksmoose's answer is still the most helpful for me, but I feel like Glen_b's deserves more than the few up-votes it has gotten (which I suspect are just due to the late-to-the-party effect where early answers get more up-votes and later answers go unseen).
Is it possible/viable/sensible for me to un-accept Rubiksmoose's answer, start a bounty, award the bounty to Glen_b when the bounty is finished, and then accept Rubiksmoose's answer, so I can mark which answer was truly most helpful to me while also rewarding Glen_b?
If not, is there something else I should do instead? Maybe the obvious answer is to just accept Glen_b's instead, but I think that would be a little disingenuous because it doesn't match how I feel about the two answers, whereas the bounty idea does.
For reference, I've never done a bounty before. I read over the SE page about bounties, but I'm afraid to pull the trigger if this idea is bad.