I know that edit significance has been brought up several times here on Meta, and that the consensus so far is that an edit that only improves on a few typos is too minor. However, does a typo in the question's title like this one increase the need for an edit? The title is, after all, the eyecatch for the post and should as such be, well, beautiful.
Are errors in question titles grounds for edits more than ones in the body?
Perhaps a "minor edit" checkbox should be added to the edits page, for easier moderation of suggested edits and perhaps lesser visual significance on the revisions page? Or is that overly complicated?