I submitted my first suggested edit of an answer to a question I asked on Stack Overflow today.
After reviewing several other posts about rejected edits, I generally understand the reason for rejection but disagree with it and see room for improvement with the review process.
In this instance I was adding what the OP of the answer said himself in comments. These comments were made in response to an edit of my question which made it more precise, and these comments made the answer better.
Some say that the comments themselves are adequate. In my opinion, this is fragmented. As a user of SE sites, when I read the best answer to a question, I do not want to have to also parse what could be a multitude of comments in order to really know the answer.
Perhaps there should be some mechanism when making a suggested edit where I could assert that comments made by the OP of an answer support the edit, and the reviewer is provided with the comments as evidence?