Someone at a table at MGM last week was mad at the way a played a similar hand. I had pocket Q's at a 3-6 limit table. There were 4 players involved, I was on the button, and betting was capped preflop (I re-raised when I could). The flop came A-A-Q, so again, betting was capped, the turn was a 10. One player folded and betting was again capped. The river was a Q (giving me quads with an A kicker). I raised and the other two called. One guy had pocket 10's, the other an A-K.
So, someone (not involved in that hand) went off about how I could play that hand as strongly as I did, as after the flop and turn there were a few hands that could have beaten me and everyone else was raising. As I see it, you have to play those hands. Sure someone could have had Aces, or A-10 and the river could have been something else, but what are the chances? I am willing to lose a big pot every now and then because in the long run you will get the percentages.