I do not know the restrictions the system enforces on length etc. The question here might benefit from making those explicit here.
It would be nice to link specific parts from the new document to other relevant pages. Perhaps here on meta? Those parts could perhaps be expanded and explained a bit more for clarity.
I guess that consequences for being off-topic (down-voted, closed etc.) might be made explicit on that page as well.
A clash of style may be that bold font is ugly, but needed for the words off topic, and maybe others?
There are remnants of "Health" left. ("If your question is not specifically on-topic for health.SE,")
The redirector might be re-phrased from
> Questions that could be seen to be on-topic but are best suited elsewhere:
to: "Questions that could be seen to be on-topic but are (very?) probably best suited elsewhere:"
More inspiration from other sites:
Since Skeptics links to us, we might also link back to them. After finding the right words for it.
Generally, I think that all links to other sites might be directed to the SE-site/help/on-topic pages. That's double service: those looking for that page save on clicks and loads, those jumping into asking are reminded of the help-pages first.
Like the also related:
(Strike thru relates to parts already fixed.)