Earlier today, while I was working the review queues, I encountered an answer flagged by StackExchage's automatic review software as very low quality. I agreed that the post in question was a low quality one, but didn't like any of choices given for me to proceed, which if I recall correctly, are: "looks good", "recommend deletion", "edit", and "skip". I didn't want to choose "looks good" because the answer didn't look good. I couldn't see how any editing would fix it. None of the reasons given under "recommend deletion" seemed to apply. So in the end I reluctantly chose "skip".
I'm bother by this. In my opinion the post was bad, but it was bad because it was way off target. But being a poor answer isn't one of the reasons found under "recommend deletion". On the other hand, it doesn't feel right to click on "looks good". Maybe my problem purely psychological. I would have been happy to click on button labeled "let it stand".
Is there any chance of having "looks good" relabeled "let it stand"?