When reviewing on Suggested Edits:
- Normal suggested edits are displayed instantly.
- Review audits take 2 seconds to load (and that's not because of my ISP).
So whenever I see the loading animation and have to wait a bit, I know before even looking at the changes that I can immediately reject the suggested edit.
There are many ways to identify audits (e.g. click to see the post itself, the user, the vote count, etc.). Almost all of these ways involve having to further investigate the post. By this time, you've already carefully reviewed the post, which is the intent of the queues.
This let us understand that the 2 seconds lag is breaking the game: it allows detection of the audit without careful review of the post, without further investigation.
My feature-request is to have Review audits being served as fast as real suggested edits. To achieve that, you could maybe pre-generate audits?