tl;dr: Make the reject button in the suggested edit queue pass audits without a dialog.
I've reviewed over 700 suggested edits, so I have had my fair share of audits.
Unlike the other queues, suggested edit audits are, well, obvious. Random phrases inserted at random points - you have to be a robo-reviewer to not see them.
Also, the audit is passed if you reject with any reason - not just vandalism
So why are we making users click clear through the dialog? That's: 1 click for the Reject button, 1 click to choose a reason, another click to submit the reject, and another click to get past the audit-passed screen.
That's 4 clicks.
On the other queues, it only takes one click minimum to pass an audit - usually a downvote.
Why don't we make the Reject button on audits automagically pass the audit? That would bring us down to only 2 clicks - much better.