I've been doing some reviewing lately, and I think two additional features in the review queue would be very helpful.
First, enable the "see vote counts" from within the review tools, normally enabled with the "established user" privilege. As of right now, when I'm reviewing questions from the review queue it doesn't appear that this is enabled. I think this is important because it gives some sense of the controversy related to a question. Although, in an ideal world, all questions that should be closed would be closed, we aren't perfect yet and it'd be nice to know whether that +0 question/answer is part of a larger discussion that would provide additional context.
Second, it'd be nice to know how many close-votes a question has from the very beginning. Normally, a user with the personal close/reopen powers can see how many close votes a question has, but this feature doesn't seem to be enabled from the Review Queue. Again, in an ideal world, it wouldn't matter how many close votes a question has, but I personally take the fourth and fifth close votes a lot more seriously than the second or third ones.
Can we make these changes if there are no strong feelings against them?