I asked a question, and for whatever reason (probably my fault for not being clear, or asking something to similar to other questions about MVC frameworks), the answers didn't really go in the direction that I was looking for. I expect that to happen with questions on SO sometimes, and I accept that. But now I've got a question that I consider useless. I don't think someone randomly finding the question via google would get any value out of the question's answers, and maybe I'll clarify what I'm looking for and ask the question in a much better way later.
I essentially accepted the answer that was most applicable (though not really what I was looking for) because I enjoy having people actually answer my questions, and wouldn't want to discourage that.
Should I delete the question? Does deleting my own question cost me rep/cost answerers rep, in which case I'll probably just skip it? Is deleting and then reasking a similar question a bad way to go? Should I try to completely edit the question into essentially a new (if somewhat similar) question in order to try to get a more effective answer?