The buttons of 4 of the review queues can be characterized as positive, somewhat positive, negative and neutral (skip). The problem is that the order of the buttons is not consistent across the review queues:
Please don't downvote, because there is no hand drawn circle or arrow.
At least exchange the
Edit and the
Recommend Deletion buttons in the low quality review queue. This would mean the least problems with the community.
Changing the order of the reopen votes review queue buttons might be strange since there could be different reasons behind the ordering.
It would be probably best if all the buttons would be ordered like: positive, somewhat positive, negative and skip. This would mean that Suggested Edits, Close Votes and Reopen Votes need to be reordered. If reviewers who are not looking anymore where they click but know what they what to achieve, this will lead to some wrong clicks during the time of adaption but more correct clicks in the long run.
Why is this my problem?
I have failed some audits in the suggested edits and low quality posts review queues because of the inconsistencies. Since the suggested edits queue is a "high speed" queue, I begin to move the mouse to the right position before I have finally decided. If I reviewed some posts in the low quality queue before that, I am in a different mindset which means I will move the mouse to the wrong position when I want to reject an edit. The same happens in the other direction.
Currently, this is only a problem with review audits because an audit doesn't let me notice my error, but I will immediately fail the audit. This is not a problem with real reviews since edit/improve and delete/reject need a second action. It would be better if I didn't even had to notice my error.
Why is this a problem?
Review queues are not "full". You have to jump between the queues frequently. Every time you go to another queue, you need to keep in mind that the action layout has changed. This introduces unnecessary stress to the reviewer.