I'd like to ask about those questions in reopen queue which get there due to an edit. My reasoning is that the edit possibly has improved the question and it may be now a workable question. Following this logic, sometimes I find useful to see if the question has been significantly changed due to an edit. IMO, there is no sense to reopen a question where someone has fixed a couple of typos and that's it. But just now I failed a review audit where all the editor did was to fix some indentation and apparently I should have reopened it. This made me think if I'm doing it right. Again, what I think is the question should only be reopened if it has been improved. If not, there is no reason to change its status.
Am I right? Or should I judge each question independently regardless of its edit history, that is asking myself "would I close this question if it was open? If not, then reopen."