I noticed that the First Posts review has been replaced by First Answers and First Questions reviews. I've reviewed a handful of first questions to see what the new queue is about.
For on-topic questions the default review action choices (Looks OK, Edit, Share feedback) are ok I think, but I'm a little puzzled what to do with off-topic posts. Sure, I can click Flag and pick a suitable reason for a close vote, but then what?
I find the suboptions (Question is unclear, Question is too broad) a bit lacking. They might be good for some posts, but for questions regarding for example 3rd party plugins I don't think they're a good fit.
I don't think any amount of editing will make a generic PHP/HTML/JS/CSS questions or a question about 3rd code on-topic.
The option's description says, "This question can be understood and answered as-is (be sure to vote accordingly)." The help center description says, "Choose Looks OK if the post requires no intervention.". Off-topic question can usually be understood, but require an intervention (closing) - it's ok, while not being ok. So.. yes?
Or should I just let it be someone else's headache?