From time to time, I like editing questions and answers here and there that require some considerable formatting and overall question refining, so OP would actually have a good chance of someone answering their question.
While this operation is a bit time consuming and requires some effort - sometimes I stumble upon some very minor edits (usually done by high rep. users) that I'm not sure if they were actually needed, and what their gain is.
- I edited this question and left the "TIA" word (since I use it in my questions and it's "nice to have"), while OP removed it.
- In this question I edited, OP only changed the letter i to I in the title.
I'm not sure how the system even accepts such edits, as a revision requires at least 5 or 6 character changes to be submitted. I assume this gets approved automatically for high rep. users?
And if so, should we actually make such minor changes?