As long as it's an actual problem or decision that you face, you're fine. This site is going to get questions that are just hard to answer. This could be for a number of reasons:
- You're doing something that not many people do
- Technology to do what you want to do isn't very good
- Answers to your question would involve software that is extremely expensive and therefore not as widely used
- ... more than I could probably enumerate
The whole point of 'Too Localized' was to get questions that people might trip over cleared out of the way. These questions might be great matches to words that you typed in a search engine, only to find that your answer isn't there - it was just a (missing semicolon, bug in software that was fixed ages ago, otherwise completely unrelated issue).
Where this gets interesting is bugs, but this isn't as much about using software as it is describing what you hope the software would do for you. Even there, I don't think we have to worry too much about the premise of your question actually ending up to be out of the scope of the question itself.
On this site, I don't see it becoming a major problem.