I have heard about cases where people have voted for the closing of a question based on different reasons than the one they clicked on when close-voting. The reason for this is because their reason wasn't listed. This, to me at least, is a very bad problem. The ability to close question's main function is to remove bad questions from the site, but isn't it (if minorly) negatively affecting the site when the listed reason for the close doesn't coincide with the actual reason. How are the OPs supposed to know what they did wrong?
Now, this is only scratching the surface, but there is an option I think should be added to the list: "there is no discernible research done before asking the question". It doesn't need to be written exactly like that.
I believe a sizable amount of questions are closed for this reason, and having a close-vote being labeled as such would be good. I believe the options there already are too vague to be substitutes for this, especially if new users are in the picture.
Now, if you disagree, please enlighten me.