Sometimes, when I review suggested edits, I notice that the editor fixed some minor aspect of the post, while ignoring some other easily fixed problem(s).
For example, just now I've seen a suggested edit to replace a single $.$ in a mathematical formula with a $\cdot$, which is fine (if tad minor), but there was an obvious typo in the question title (jumbled letters) left untouched. There was also a minor issue with capitalization, which I would completely ignore had it been the only problem.
I chose to improve the question and fix the other problems, only to find that the edit has already been approved, and my edit is not sufficiently substantive, but that is a little beside the point I'm driving at here.
In cases like this, do you think the edit should be approved? Or if you chose to improve it, do you believe you should say that the suggested edit was helpful, even if it missed some rather obvious faults?