I am somewhat outraged that the question Reflexive verbs, confusion, definition? was closed as "unclear what you're asking".
First of all, I find it highly unhelpful that five people felt the question was unclear but not a single one bothered to comment on it. I feel that this particular close reason (almost as it is for duplicates) should always be accompanied by a comment that states what the close voter thought unclear. After all, how is the poster supposed to improve his question without feedback? The accepted answer to the meta post Should we comment on voting to close? seems to support this position and I have lobbied for it before here: Are questions really that poor and what do we do about it?.
Secondly, questions that are poor with regard to either spelling and layout or wording are not automatically unclear; it just takes more effort to understand them. The linked question is poor in all three regards but by no means unclear (even the curious working on/of myself is easily understood within the context). I feel that a downvote is more appropriate for lack of effort with regard to spelling, layout, wording than a close vote.
Thirdly, it seems weird to me to close a question as unclear that has an answer with a positive score. After all, a positive score indicates that an answer has been judged useful. Is this fact not proof that the question is understandable, given some effort? And if we expect posters to make an effort, shouldn't close voters make one as well?
Another example of a question being "welcomed" by close votes for unclarity without any request for clarification is Why does this relative clause not end with the verb? (although in this case only two people voted to close, which makes it less egregious).
Since writing the question, the phrasing for the close reason being discussed has changed. It is now: Closed. This question needs details or clarity. It is not currently accepting answers.