I feel like I've become more aware of a trend, in that it seems that when a question ends up in the review queue, it tends to snowball into getting closed regardless of what editing efforts are made to salvage the post.
The most recent example I can find of this is New friend put us in awkward position. I originally had voted to close, but saw that the OP had provided us with her desired course of action in the comments. After editing this in, I retracted my close vote, leaving the total close votes at 2. Since these edits there has been no additional feedback on the post, but there are still close votes coming in.
My proposition is a curiosity in wondering if there's anything we can do to encourage individuals who are still casting close votes to at least leave reason for why they're doing so. If nothing else, can we at least have a discussion or some acknowledgement of this topic, and maybe that could even help encourage more feedback on posts that are being voted closed?
My fear is that an eagerness to participate in the review queue is leading to hurried votes, either not voting appropriately or not having/taking the time to provide feedback to make the post suitable for IPS. If we want to grow, either of these things could become problematic (as it discourages new users).