I think the quality of the queue results could be improved if people like myself had a higher daily limit for reviews. I've got a shiny gold badge from my work in that queue, I've got over 20K rep so I'm considered to be a trusted user, yet I can still only review 20 edits per day.
I agree that we still need a limit, after all trusted members could go rogue. But any action I take in the queue (apart from edits I decide to improve) are still part of the community effort, it still takes other members to agree with me for an edit to be approved. It seems counter-intuitive that I can make an arbitrary number of regular edits (no limits that I'm aware of) and I can edit wiki entries with no oversight, but I'm still limited to 20 suggested edit reviews. Why can't this be 40 or 50 - there is enough volume in that queue to accomodate it, I don't think people missing out will be much of a problem.
Surely this could be an easy change to implement, and should fairly quickly help improve the quality of the reviews?
Note that this is not a duplicate of Increased Daily Limits With Increased Reputation but does expand on Remove 20 reviews per day for people who gained gold badge for that review type. While there are a number of questions relating to raising various action/voting thresholds, due to the problems on the suggested edit review queue this proposal may warrant consideration that the others don't.