When reviewing suggested edits, do you Approve edits that add relatively many extra information to a question, for an example, a screenshot, links, error messages ?
I found an answer with a new image added (skipped from the queue though) and some other questions that can probably lead to a different idea than what OP wanted to explain.
It's true that this particular edit is helpful but I'm just curious if edits should be mainly to make major improvements or to fine-tune the answer/question. User who edited the question should have done that with a hope that his/her edits would be useful or it could be his several hours of testing.
If you Reject the edit, how do you appreciate the editor's effort with the edit ?