Best Vote Value is maybe a complicated way of saying the average points per ballot upon which the film appeared. It is meant to distinguish between films that scored well by appearing on many ballots (perhaps lower) and those that appeared due to higher ratings on fewer ballots. Those with high vote value may have the greatest chance of moving up in future years as more people watch them.
I still prefer tiny's quote from the last time:
The Pixar run at the end there kind of made me a little queasy.
I think Pixar is a very good animation studio, generally reliable, but they don't figure heavily into my own top ten and while many people did have them at the top of their ballot, the fact that they are absent from the vote value top 10 is a partial indication of how they have succeeded through simply being the common denominator. Everyone has seen them and doesn't dislike them.