Yesterday I asked this question – All requests go into ELB surge queue, and eventually got a partial reply which lead me a right direction of finding a more clear answer, that was provided by the person who replied to my own question.
I didn't want to post another answer, as it would be almost the same as the one already posted, so I edited existing answer, providing additional details of my findings, plus results of tests I did, and marked it as accepted.
As I don't have enough reputation on serverfault, to make an edit, it was a suggested edit(you can check it here), and it was rejected with a reason:
This edit was intended to address the author of the post and makes no sense as an edit. It should have been written as a comment or an answer.
I cannot see how my edit could have been just a comment, as it's quiet big. So the question is: should i have posted my edit as a different answer even though, it just expansion of already existing answer?
A person, whose answer I edited, did approved my suggested edit even so it was rejected by peer review. So I'm not trying to get my edits to get approved, I just want to learn the best way to resolve this next time.