I personally don't think so, and definitely not this early in the beta.
It's easy this way to use all possible questions that could come here, resulting in a high initial question rate, but then causing it to drop as there are no more opportunities for new questions. At least while it's in private beta, we shouldn't be striving to get as many questions as possible, let's just focus on our current, real life questions, and work on answer them well.
Even then in the future it's always better to hear a problem from someone currently in that situation, that way more accurate and consistent details can be added, rather than trying to make a story out of it.
If anything the votes on the post can help paint part of the picture as to how others are responding to it, I'm sure a real life situated post may perform better, and such should definitely be preferred to one just made up.
Also to add something really nice commented by @Zizouz212:
"The private beta is the time to create expert questions with expert answers. The focus should be on quality instead of quantity. The earliest questions will set the tone for future questions, so they need to be models for the future. If we develop crappy models, we won't get what we want a year from now. Hypothetical questions by nature don't facilitate that, so unless you can't reflect on an actual experience, or create a detailed question, I'd ask everyone to refrain from doing so, especially if they are doing it for the sake of adding questions to the site."