Today on Electrical Engineering I noticed that the 15 minute delay on first post reviews has been removed. Checking Stack Overflow I noticed the same so presumably it's been changed network wide. I may have found one potential drawback; the second first post I reviewed this morning was the following answer:
How to implement hysteresis on the high-side, P-Channel cutoff circuit? Thanks
With the delay in place I'd expect it to appear on the first post, late answer and low-quality queues at the same time. On smaller sites it's often apparent they are probably all the same post so I'd normally go to the low-quality queue first where I'd get the option to use the pre-canned "ask a new question" comment and recommended deletion.
In this case after I flagged the answer it was quickly handled by a moderator but I have seen similar posts deleted in the past by six users with under 20k. I assume in this case I wouldn't have been able to review it later on another queue so I'd never get the chance to recommend a deletion? Not a hugely big deal but on smaller sites the extra vote can make a difference to the time they hang around.
Anyway I thought this was worth bringing up for discussion while the new triage system is being discussed as a potential drawback on smaller sites of removing the delay. Perhaps a simple solution would be to allow the same user that has reviewed a first post to later review it on the low-quality queue later either because it was placed there automatically or by a flag?