There have been numerous discussions about the merits (or otherwise) of the "Very Low Quality" (VLQ) flag for questions, such as here on Meta.SE, along with many closely related questions on Meta Stack Overflow (and quite probably on other Meta sites, too). Many of these are 'complaints' from users, asking why their VLQ flag was declined.
Many moderators seem to think that the flag is essentially useless for questions, with voting or flagging to close being more appropriate, or raising a red flag for more serious cases.
However, the message given by the system following a successful "known bad" audit in the First Posts queue states that raising just such a flag is one of four "appropriate actions."
With the recent/ongoing improvements to the various review queue guidance texts (great improvements, IMHO), would now be a good time to 'correct' the Audit System's congratulatory note, to remove all mention of the VLQ flag?