2. They don't use tail meat
Tail meat? Are you a barbarian? The delicate flesh of the knuckle and claw are where the best flavor and texture are. While the tail is nice, it's either chopped and mixed up into a lobster salad or just too thick and unwieldy to belong in a proper roll.
3. They're not "dragged through the garden"
Meaning Main-style rolls aren't covered in celery, parsley, spinach, or whatever weird vegetable shenanigans New England-style lobster rolls try to pull. No, Maine-style ensures the lobster shines with each bite, not an herb garden.