I don't know if I'm alone in this and I plan to find out with this question.
I never cared much for reading the OPs' effort. The reasons for this are irrelevant.
I'd much rather read a short question and if I want and can help, provide a hint or a general idea to solve the problem (and at times a full answer).
A little effort is OK for me, but lately the questions are so big that I just open and close them immediately.
My intent with this question is to find out if there are a relevant number of people like me (and then perhaps something should be done about this situation) or not.
Edit: As requested, I provide some examples of what I'm talking about: example 1, example 2, example 3.
I am not doubting the quality of these questions, nor am I saying they are good, (whatever a good question might be). I didn't even read them, they are just too big, I opened them and insta-closed them.
I do have something to say about the third example, though. It's not as big as the others and according to my size standards (fitting my screen), it is OK. But there is just too much regular text, I find mathematical formulae easier to read.
It's not that I am incapable of reading big questions, it's just there are so much more of them now, that I don't care about any of them anymore. I just can't be bothered with them.
Since people seem to relate to what I'm saying, I invite them to find their own examples if mine don't happen to be what they are complaining about, so it doesn't look like they are supporting my examples.
Recent funny example. Not meant to be an example of what I described above.