So, finally I installed the 2.0 Hub, so I had some chance to try it out, here are my thoughts on it: I like the overall layout of the project list I don't like the "New cloud projects are available[...]" message, it's a trap. No new cloud projects, they are old ones, the top two are cloud projects. Why do you need to notify us and ask us to refresh every single time when I open the hub from the tray? I don't even like when it ask me to refresh when the Hub starts up after computer shut down. Nothing has changed, I have the same two cloud projects in my list as I have them for a while. Please, hide this message, do not ask for permission to refresh. I don't like that the Hub does not save its size and it resizes itself every time when I open up from tray or at start up, please save the position and size of the window (except when it goes out of window, then resize, reposition it - when I disconnect a display and the Hub is on it or something) I like the search bar, one suggestion: do not wait for click, please, open up the search bar and focus the input cursor in it on mouse hover, ready to search The "* Cloud project" tag is not really a good way to show it's a cloud project, I would rather use a background image for the row, triangle in the top-left corner, some cloud image? Or something? This is out of the layout and clutter the row Too much info in a small area We do not need the "Unity Version: xxx" string under the project name, when you have an entire column for it, please write this info in that column, if I don't have the proper Unity version then gray it out and allow me to select an installed one like always Instead of the Unity version, please, write the project path under the project name Of course, please, provide "Delete project" and "Hide from Hub" functionality. I really don't like this card-style Installs layout, it's not comfortable for me, I would like to see table-like layout here as well Kudos for picking up the 2019.2.014 automatically when I installed the Hub (this version was installed through the old assistant)! We do not need the Unity logos in this many copies, you don't have any other software which can go there so it is redundant and takes up a lot of space for no reason If you were provide a table-like layout you can show the version in a column, the supported targets and you still would have enough space for the drop down menu and separate warning that it's an alpha or beta version Please, separate the major versions somehow: dropdowns? Like tree view? Definitely show Alpha and Beta tags here in color, it's important I would love to see more detailed beta and alpha versions (not just the very last one), if possible Summary: thank you for your work, I really like where the Hub is going! Also I know some people have problems with it, I need to mention that nowadays I do not have any problems, the Unity versions are downloading quickly, installs performed in a timely manner, I always am able to log in, so I'm happy with it overall.