Yesterday, I was notified of an edit of one of my answers and was asked to review it. However, the review was already approved 3:1. I went through the reviewers and the only one with somewhat similar programming interests did reject the edit.
I finally did my first rollback ; problem solved. However, what I do not see quite is whether or not there is some feedback mechanism to the approvers?
I believe that feedback should be primarily of non-punitive character. After all, people do this on a voluntary basis. The first page of review (https://stackoverflow.com/review/) shows only what is here to do. It does not directly show how I scored so far. This implicitly suggests: Everything I have done so far is perfect, and now here is some more work to you.
Ideally, both the number of edits and false positives (both absolute and as a percentage - with a link to those) would be shown.