As of today, there are some 53.5K questions on SO with active close votes. I'm finding it very time-consuming to do a good job reviewing these, because simply opening the queue presents me with one question after another that I don't necessarily have the background expertise in. I end up spending lots of time fully evaluating the issue before voting, and that's a deterrent.
I know I can just keep clicking "skip", but that's only slightly better when searching for a needle in a haystack. (One tag I follow has just over 3000 questions, so the chances of stumbling across one of those in the close-vote queue is slim.)
What I want is to be able to find questions in the tags I know best, that need close-vote review. Is there already some clever way to do that? If not - consider this a feature request!
Corollary: In the tags I'm most active in, I've been confused by questions that were closed, usually as "not a real question", when anyone with a background in the topic would recognize them as valid and complete. When I've bothered checking on the profiles of the voters, I've noticed that few, if any, had any activity on that tag. The implication being that we, as a community, could do a better job if we were able to focus our close-vote review activities.