Hello, As I was watching the WWDC keynote, something caught my eye. Cover Flow has gone from iOS 7. Now, when you turn your device sideways, you get a grid of cover art to scroll through. Cover Flow is also gone from iTunes 11. Now, you also have the grid of album artwork where clicking an album cover "drops down" the songs on that album. It looks like the Cover Flow button is still present in OS X Maverick's Finder, but we'll see what happens when it's released. I just wanted to know what you folks think of Cover Flow. Did you like it? Would you miss it if it was removed from Mavericks? Personally, I never use Cover Flow. I don't think it's a good way of presenting information, since it really only shows one item at a time. Everything else is side-on and mostly obscured by the items in front of it. If you don't know the implicit order of the items, it's hard to navigate. Turning on previews in Finder icons and increasing the icon size seems to work better, especially if you use Quick Look. I have disabled "sideways cover flow" on my iPhone, iPod touch and iPod nano.