I've seen a few too many questions that begin "Should X do Y"?
To my mind those are intrinsically subjective questions and a bad fit for StackExchange. Should is always evaluated against some external, situational criteria.
I know that the FAQ currently includes
To prevent your question from being flagged and possibly removed, avoid asking subjective questions where …
Let me reify this into subordinate questions:
- Am I overreacting? is this just me? Are there fewer question than I think?
- Is "should...." automatically a subjective question? Am I dead wrong?
- Do we think the FAQ effectively addresses the problem?
- What is the best way to discourage "Should..." questions while encouraging the querent?