On one hand, this is moot because the required software change won't happen.
On another, I am not a fan of emphasizing "work shown" that much. Occasionally seen titles like "Algebra problem (working shown)" are cringe-worthy. I don't want to see "work" as much as I want to have a good question. Agreeing with Hurkyl here:
I generally view the work as a means, rather than an end: the point of showing the work is so a knowledgeable reader can extract the precise good question that the OP needs to ask, but ultimately for the purposes of being a searchable mathematical reference, it's only the good question that matters
Sure, I use the "no context" reason often (with a handy one-click bookmarklet), partly because it has a built-in link to meta advice on asking good questions, and partly because it's something that resonates with most 3K reviewers.
But personally, I think that Unclear what you are asking would be a better choice. Especially if it was renamed as Unclear what help you need, which was also proposed on Meta.SE.