Lots of good stuff this WWDC that gives grounds for optimism. So please to preempt the loyalists I am not Apple bashing. I use Mac OS everyday and have done for decades. I would like a few simple finder improvements and haven't found them yet in utilities and always hope Apple will implement them. The two big ones for me personally are : 1. Auto adjust the width of a finder window to accommodate the largest file name. Nearly every single time I open a window I have to manually re-adjust the columns (I use column view) so I can see the names of what I'm looking at. 2. Some kind of 'snapping' - to help with window management. For example I'd like to be able to drag a window somewhere and have it snap and resize - eg to the left or right side of my screen or maybe even better have the windows re-adjust amongst themselves when I open a new one. It used to be that every mac os update came with finder improvements but that hasn't happened for a while. It's strange to me that Apple seem to think the Finder is perfect and doesn't need improving. It seems like this area, both for Apple, and the tech press, is no longer worthy of mention, or innovation. Anyway, this isn't a 'rant' or an anti-apple thing - WWDC was very encouraging and did a lot for me to show that they haven't fallen asleep at the wheel (compared to the past few years' output), but I'm still hoping for some finder improvements!