I know that at 2000 reputation, users receive the editing privilege, meaning they can edit a post directly without going through peer-reviewing.
However, users whose reputation is below 2000, can suggest edits, meaning that their review will go through an edit queue and will be peer-reviewed.
I have two questions regarding this:
Do edits by users with more than 2000 reputation provide any reputation? Is there any other incentive Stack Overflow provides for editing if they don't receive any reputation? (This part is not answered in the duplicate target question.)
Users can earn reputation through the suggested edit. Can a user with more than 2000 reputation still suggest edits? This question comes in my mind because it may be the case that the user did not receive any point through suggested edit (I know there is a cap of 1000 reputation point). That means if they did not receive any point through suggested edit but later obtained the edit privilege, they will not be able to claim that points.