A few minutes ago I answered this question: What's the best amount of Hz?
The question was rather confused, but it was clear from reading it that the asker did not actually want to know the optimal refresh rate ("amount of Hz") for gaming, but wanted to know why there was a second or more of delay between input and display on his TV.
I answered the question on this basis (https://gaming.stackexchange.com/a/188768/34348), and then went back and edited the question (https://gaming.stackexchange.com/review/suggested-edits/101925) to make it less confused and make its intent clear. I left a comment asking the asker to confirm that this was his intent.
Within about 2-3 minutes, two reviewers had voted to reject the edit on the basis that it "deviates from the original intent of the post". It's certainly true that it substantially changes the meaning of the title - and if the title is all that the reviewers read, then I can readily see how they would come to this conclusion - but in my view the whole purpose of the edit was to retain the intent of the question and to make the title and the last paragraph reflect this.
In thinking about this matter I am reminded of this recent blog.SO post: http://blog.stackoverflow.com/2014/10/new-editing-badges-and-enhancements-to-suggested-edits/
Did I act wrongly? Was the rejection reasonable? If so, why? Have I misunderstood something somewhere?