(Original comments here - http://i50.tinypic.com/2chuky8.jpg)
Whilst this doesn't exactly answer the question, it is far too much to write in comments and as I am mentioned in the question, I hope no one minds.
I just want to add in a few things here... I wrote them as a comment to Diago's answer, but it seems to have been deleted.
I love working with a computer and go to Superuser.com to help people and answer questions. I find it a good outlet between phone calls and emails etc. I really dislike Diago's comments about me having to vote - The FAQ says:
Amass enough reputation points and Super User will allow you to go beyond simply asking and answering questions:
10000 Delete closed questions, access to moderation tools
† you can always comment on your questions and answers, and any answers to questions you've asked, even with 1 rep.
At the high end of this reputation spectrum there is little difference between users with high reputation and moderators. That is very much intentional. We don't run Super User. The community does.
At no point does it say that I have to "moderate", I do not want to sound bad or unappreciative for the tools - I do flag and delete/close from time to time, but at no time did I ever say I want to be a moderator - I am happy to do this when it comes up, but I am here to help people and answer questions.
I don't mean any disrespect moderators, but if you don't want to do it either (or it is starting to annoy you), perhaps you shouldn't be moderators?... And more importantly, if it became required to moderate at over 3k, I would probably create a new account every time I reached 2,999!
(I cannot say enough, in the last two paragraphs, I do not mean to be unappreciative, disrespectful or offensive in any way. I love this site - but it is a bit hard to write the above without sounding like an a$$.)
As for duplicates, I have flagged quite a few, BUT If you are the first, it becomes really hard to try and find them. In the question that Diago linked to, I was responsible for one question that was a CW and another which I voted to close then answered.
In the first - I had no idea it was a duplicate, I didn't post any questions in the original. In the second - I voted to close and I am sorry, but, I did not see any harm in giving someone an answer that can help them. If that was wrong, I am very sorry.
Anyway - I like Jeff's answer. I have voted to close questions when they are so bad, you can't read - this one however, it just sounded like he was overexcited and asking a lot of related questions, which I was happy to help with. (Maybe his Enter/Return key was broken!). Also, look at all my
..., I am not the best at punctuation!
Lastly, on the subject of duplicates, do I really have to search the entire site for a duplicate before I answer any question? Once I posted an answer and then someone voted as duplicate to something I answered - I just don't remember even posting it... It can be hard enough to remember items I have posted, let alone other users!
(I had a bit more I wanted to say, or change slightly, but I need to go out... I will either edit or respond to comments when I get back ~2-3 hours.)