While I've just recently acquired the privilege for voting to close questions, I find it hard to find the right close reasons for the following very common scenario. Someone asks a question, but does not provide enough information to be able to answer it. A comment is made fairly quick (within hours) with clear instructions how and what to provide. Then the question is either abandoned, only a part of the information is given or a useless comment like "I don't know, please help me, I'm a noob" is the response to it.
I really would like to have the option to close a question because the OP simply doesn't provide enough information or simply has abandoned it. It would be much clearer for them and others to see why his/her question was closed. Currently, I see questions being closed with either:
What? This will happen in Europe too!
Not a real question
It is a real and valid question, but just one or more vital piece(s) of information isn't provided, such as a specific hardware specification.
It is quite unsatisfactory for those who have put time and effort in the question in researching and commenting, but it's even more to see the question closed with a reason not making any sense (in my opinion). It would make so much more sense to me to just add a close reason for this, e.g.:
Requested input not provided
It is your obligation to maintain your question and to respond to requests made by other users in the comments in a reasonable way. Your question could be answered if you would have provided more information as requested by some users. Without taking the time to do this, your question will remain unanswered. This may discourage users to answer other questions.
I'm aware of the following questions:
But the options in the answers don't satisfy me.