First off: User adjustable font size. Seriously. The node editor. Which is, frankly, what it is. Where we wire together the building blocks of our ensembles. Node editors have come a LONG way in recent years, and it's time Reaktor followed suit with modern node editor standards. Standards such as zooming. Being able to drop a new node on an existing connection line, and it'll insert the new node between the two connected nodes maintaining connection. There's way more. Just take a look at any modern application that uses nodes. Another thing: Being able to tag ensembles and favorite them. Even be able to add notes to them. In short, better organizing. I forget what half the ensembles I have installed even are! Finally, being able to scale the UI of ensembles. No idea how this could be accomplished with raster graphics, but I for one would accept a fair bit of graphical aliasing to be able to see MANY ensemble UIs larger. Particularly older ensembles. Them things are nigh unreadable at 1920x1080 and above. OH WAIT! One more thing. VST3. .... and I don't know if it's possible, but a revamp of saving presets would be nice. It's quite ..... complicated right now. Particularly in ensembles that have several instruments and/or effects in them. You have to save presets for each separate instrument or effect, THEN save the ensemble with those preset, as its own new preset. There MUST be a better, cleaner way.