This is, more or less, related to this question where an accidental keypress made me push an edit that actually made the question worse. I quickly fixed it, pushed, then continued on with further updating before a final push. While it was a slip-up on my end - and one I'll definitely be more careful with in the future - I couldn't help but wonder: after a certain level of reputation, one's edits are no longer peer-reviewed or up to OP to accept or not.
I believe we could benefit from having a "Propose Edits" button, where instead of immediately changing the question/answer, it acts like if you didn't have the reputation: leaving the edit up to OP or voters to decide. Now, in most cases, I don't see the harm of editing and seeing how it goes. In fact, I believe that if you're not sure about an edit, then chances are you're better off without it. But on the odd cases where you would prefer a second opinion on an edit, would it be beneficial?
Having a button besides the regular "Save Edits" button, like "Propose Edits", where instead of the changes taking place immediately, they require OP's approval or peer-review voting in order to take place.