It seems a fair number of suggested edits are being generated from people "reviewing" first posts and late answers. In many cases, the original posts have two salient features: 1) egregious formatting or grammar issues 2) the content is completely useless anyway.
I've repeatedly encountered suggested edits that significantly improve such posts by addressing the first of those features, but doing nothing for the second. In some cases there isn't even any salvageable content at all, such as non-answers or rotted link-only posts. Several times I've seen a single post in the queues for all of low quality, suggested edits, and first posts or late answers.
I can't entirely say these edits are "too minor", because I'd approve them under other circumstances as being a worthwhile improvement--but if the end result is a nicely formatted, perfectly readable post that clearly still warrants deletion, what's even the point? It's just rearranging deck chairs on the Titanic, not contributing anything useful.
What's the best way to respond to these?