I've argued passionately in the past that when reviewing edits, Skip is often a blatantly wrong choice. I also feel there should be edit honeypots, but I believe there are not.
For the remaining review queues, is Skip always a not-wrong choice? Are there audits out there that will tell someone "no, you should not have skipped this one?"
Here is a screenshot (from This audit looks completely obvious. Is it really needed? ) of an audit where upvoting would clearly be wrong:
I don't think you need technical expertise to act on this one. Skip would surely be wrong here - so I was wondering if it would be called out as wrong. Perhaps honeypots that are so awful they shouldn't even be skipped are really rare in the non-edit queues. (In the suggested edit queue, awful no-expertise-needed examples are not rare at all.)