All right. Here's the problem with the "Dock." In every single Dock imitation...in every single Dock hack that most, if not, all, of you have used...there has always been one entire concept missing: A second dimension. The OS X Dock currently allows a one-dimensional distribution of icons in only one direction: horizontally or vertically. What I would most like to see in the Dock is a two-dimensional layout of icons that can be moved around in 2D without a or a predetermined icon layout, except for what I give it. For starters, I would imagine the 2D dock (from the bottom of the screen) like this: First, I would think of removing the left and right dividers. Second, you know that on-screen cursor that appears when you point it at the divider? Well, I would imagine performing a "Dock pull" on the outer part of the Dock...basically, stretch out the Dock, as you would a window divider, from its top edge, and watch all the icons in the Dock rise up with the enlarged dock. Underneath would be an empty "row" of space, waiting to be filled. Third, I would think of resizing the Dock by performing this pull on ANY of its edges to resize the 2D field. Hell, I think of having a small resize icon appear at one corner of the Dock to resize the whole thing (and the Dock icons) like a Finder window. Fourth, I would imagine being able to move any Dock icon to any pixel within the Dock. Finally, I would imagine adding a small "Options menu" Dock blob icon for the Dock at the same corner of the Dock beside the resize arrow. If I held down (or right/control-clicked) the blob, one of the menu options would be to rearrange all icons by name. Another would be to organize the Dock icons into a perfect grid, hence readjusting the Dock size. And, of course, I would imagine the last option would toggle the second dimensional version of the Dock on and off. I want to see something like this for whenever 10.4 comes out (hell, if possible, sooner). What do you guys think?