Just update the Hub to 2.0 and its a bit of a mixed bag. Overall the new appearance was a pleasant surprise. It feels much cleaner, more professional and with an improved layout. However my main annoyance and a real bugbear is the new installs layout. Please provide an option to have a list view alternative! Installs Tab So the grid layout is just such a waste of space and provides zero benefits! Sure its pretty to look at but usability wise I find it very hard 'at a glance' to see what i've got installed. My eyes have to move in weird patterns to find Unity version and see what modules are installed. Not to mention scrolling isn't smooth and the grid appears to just jump up/down in cell height, meaning you have no really idea if things have moved or not. I'm sure some users will like it, but personally i'd much prefer a list view alternative. Have it presented pretty much like the new Projects tab and were good. A list view provides a far superior readability as you can just scan down rows to determine which versions are installed, then look across the columns to gain additional information such as modules installed, LTS etc, sort by column etc. Projects Tab My initial reaction was positive, its nice and clean with a good list layout. However upon reflection there are some awkward aspects. 1. Column Widths My Project names don't come close to fitting and that is a problem as projects frequently have similar names and differ only in some versioning information in the file name or specific client names. As some of my projects are reskinned for different clients, the client name comes after the project name and that is getting truncated. While its possible to expand the width of the hub the space of the columns is unintuitive as they are all the same width. This is rather puzzling since version, platform and modification are all considerably shorter than potential project names and in fact they probably wouldn't need to expand at all. Please consider making it so that expanding the hub width gives priority to expanding the project name column. Oh and expanding the window width is not a good solution as the hub appears to forget its last dimensions every time you close it ( its still in the taskbar so not quit ?). 2. Row Content Alignment I find it awkward that version, platform and modification are all centered, I feel these would look far better and be more readable if they were vertically aligned top - to match the position of the filename. 3. List Headings The list heading is the same depth as other columns, but it doesn't need to be. Be nice to get back some vertical space and make the heading row say 60-75% the height it is now. 4. Loss of Project Location Pretty sure we used to have that in the list and now you have to roll over to get it in a popup and the popup is rather short in width ( forcing the location path to be two or even three lines deep! ). Not sure if losing it from the list view is a big issue, but having a wider popup is essential. Create New Project I like the new design here, it looks clean and good use of space. Though depending on the number of templates that might be here I suspect an alternative list view might be beneficial. General Comments Sort order requires clicking on the arrow and not the column header. - Its a bit of a pain and confusing at first, would expect clicking on an already selected column header would toggle the sort order. This would also be more consistent, as clicking on the text of the Unity version of a project or target platform brings up their respective popupboxes, you don't have to click on its little arrow. Overall the performance appears rather poor, and much worse than I remember in previous versions. Clicking on the side tabs you can see the Google Material UI look clearly as the button animation is slow and freezes. Not sure what the cause of the sluggish performance is but pretty sure it could be improved, even if its just giving the impression by waiting to load data until button animations have finished or something. Anyway despite this wall of text, overall I'm still loving the Hub, it has been a great boost in usability and productivity. There are some issues here and there, but hopefully these can be quickly addressed and rectified.