I like to improve the site where I can; one of my many SEDE queries looks for common typos. Ideally, I would fill some smallish amount of time going through those posts and correcting the typos. When I find posts to edit, I do my best to polish them up the best I can (adding formatting and other grammatical improvements for readability).
The side effect I'm asking about here is on the Active Questions view/tab on the site. Currently, I try to limit myself to 3-5 edits per sitting, so as not to flood the page.
I would like to edit more posts than that per-sitting, if I have time, but I don't want to upset people's view into the site. Sunday mornings are a favorite of mine, mainly because the SEDE data is the freshest then, but I often tackle the edits during the week as well.
Do you enjoy the active questions view? How many batch-edited posts in a row would be reasonable for you to see? Are there times of the Stack Exchange day where my batch-editing would more-avoid your ire?