Redrafting has always been a hated chore of mine. My inner editor edits for me as I go along, so once I've finished a piece, I believe it to be complete and ready for anyone to look at. Those who can redraft and redraft and redraft without any help - I salute you. I consider my writing as my baby in some ways, I nurture it and then love it regardless. The only time when I can redraft is when I reluctantly hand my work over to one of my fellow writers and allow them to be as vicious as possible. I must agree I love doing this with work that isn't mine, it really helps you as an editor and the writer improves their work as a result.
So now I'm sat here with a pretty big pile of first drafts coated in pen, lines and the ocassional smiley face off Lewis, hoping that inspiration will strike and I can improve them without losing too much of the story I was trying to tell in the first draft.