Why hasn't Logic yet introduced a plug-in browser? The hierarchical menu/list approach to loading a plug-in is just so so so time consuming and problematic. Every time you want to change from say a compressor to a limiter, or change delay types (Tape Delay to Delay Designer) or swap to try a Flanger instead, you have to trawl down that dreadful little list, followed by a sub-list, often sliding off the side of the list if you're in a rush, causing you to have to start the whole process again. It's even more of a nightmare with 3rd Party Plugs. Why can't we have a collection of plug-ins in a Browser, stacked with the other browsers on the right hand side of the screen?? With a similar approach to the Logic Pedal Board, which is great once you've trawled through the lists to choose it. Maybe the browser could have a choice of colourful graphic buttons of the plugs(like the pedal board) or a bog standard list. The current approach is so out of date and so fiddly and time consuming.