I've noticed a number of suggested edits in the queue for very old questions (3+ years ago) where the edit does nothing but tweak the question's phrasing, capitalization, or punctuation. While the edits probably do improve the question marginally, my inclination is to reject the edit because it doesn't make a substantial improvement and needlessly re-raises a long-settled issue on the homepage.
Is there a community recommendation or consensus on this, though? Should these edits typically be pushed through, since they are in good faith and improve the question in a small way? I don't want to be "that guy" pushing Reject, Reject, Reject.