Due to the bumping of a lot of questions to the top of the main page, I've been looking at some of the recent edit reviewing going on. A lot of edits are being approved that I would consider marginal.
Consider this edit. It consists solely of turning two HTTP addresses into two embedded links that use the destination page as the text. That's fine... I guess, but is that really something that should be approved? Especially since it's on a closed question to begin with. The maker of that edit seems to have a history of farming rep by making edits that consist primarily of changing HTTP addresses into links.
Indeed, looking at the last month or so of reviews, there have been almost no rejections. Reviewers basically just approve pretty much any change, no matter how tiny or inconsequential.