I understand that the review queue was lowered to 20 reviews a day to prevent "serial approvers" and the like from doing too much damage in one go, and also to remove some of the inventive for doing this just to earn a quick badge. However, there are those of us who do actually try to read the questions/answers and really effect some quality in the community.
Is there some judgment or criteria we can use to give those people who are actually putting time and thought into it more opportunity to review and raise that limit? Perhaps if the user spends greater than five or ten seconds on most of his reviews ("most" being 80%? 90%?) then that qualifies him for a greater share.
I know that "time spent" isn't always an indication of quality, and I understand that this can still be gamed by just waiting around, but most badge-mongers will still just take their 20 for the day and be done, and the ones who stick around and wait fall under one of two categories: either they'll be bored for those five/ten seconds and actually glance at the post in question, or they are the kind of obsessive person who won't be deterred no matter what policy you have in place.