It is often the case that posts which don't directly answer the question, are weirdly rambling and indirect, or otherwise don't really fit the high standards we are looking for here are flagged and end up in the Low Quality Posts Review Queue.
When reviewing, the options are "Delete" or "Looks OK". (Or, not to be forgotten, "Skip".) If the post is gibberish, spam, or really, really, really incorrect, I have no qualms about voting to delete. But what about otherwise? How trigger-happy should we be?
I often leave a comment, occasionally downvote (although these posts usually come in with a negative or at least 0 score already), or upvote existing comments noting problems, and then press "Looks OK", even though the post doesn't really look okay to me. The UI seems strongly geared towards encouraging reviewers to vote to delete these borderline posts. Is that what we want?