Don't Become a "Resume and Cover Letter Obsessor"
A little obsessive-compulsive attention to detail isn't always a bad thing, but the danger is that while you are getting opinions from everyone from your dentist to your neighbor's house-sitter's friend whose cousin has an M.B.A., someone else is sending out their materials and getting the job you might have been perfect for.
Is it important to convey your achievements and strengths in a concise, well-organized resume that's appealing to the eye? Yes.
Is it important to write a coherent, substantive cover letter that flows well? Absolutely.
Are employers going to decide whether or not to hire you based on your selection of "Sincerely" over "Very truly yours?" Not a chance.