Since recently I am able to review suggested edits on SO. I enjoy doing it, however I noticed that I often reject edits which are approved in the end. So I am wondering if I am either too harsh and should change my voting behavior or others simply have an easier time to approve edits.
See https://stackoverflow.com/review/suggested-edits/4510798 as an example: This seems to me like an invalid edit as this new tag does not exist and the question clearly aims at C++, so the tag seems appropriate to me.
More often I reject edits because they are too minor (at least in my opinion), take this as example: https://stackoverflow.com/review/suggested-edits/4506077. The only thing improved is the correct version of the tag (and I do not even consider the zend-framework tag as incorrect), but there are lots of typos and spelling mistakes left in the question.
Or take this https://stackoverflow.com/review/suggested-edits/4506099 as example. It is not only minor, I also think it is plain wrong. The new formatting doesn't make any sense at all.