Using the review queue for Suggested Edits I've noticed there's a user editing questions and answers for "better highlights". This is basically making the most relevant words (to the user's criteria) bold.
Seeing a number of them are getting approved, are these kind of edits considered good edits? It would be appropriate for a number of them to use code blocks instead (this might be related to Please list code highlighting before bold and italics in Stack Overflow's editing help). The other ones, in my opinion, just blot the post. I really don't think I'd like to see bold everywhere around when reading a question/answer.
Would it be appropriate in this case to flag a post for moderator attention (as explained in Is it possible to flag an edit for abuse?)
They seem to keep coming even after flagging a post for mod attention. I've left a comment to the user, but it doesn't look like he's going to give up on his "better highlights" editing spree.
A similar thing happened some months ago with italics. The linked questions there already seem to address the underlying issue: