Now that 10.7.2 is out, what are the ongoing thoughts about fixes and enhancements that need to be done to Lion? I have seen it mentioned a couple of times in the forum and I also share the sentiment that 10.7.2 is exactly what the initial release of 10.7 should have been. With that, here is what I think should be addressed in an upcoming release: - Mission Control. Apple needs to bring back classic Spaces, well at least the option of having classic Spaces. The interface of moving across desktops/spaces horizontally works very well on portable devices with touch interfaces (iOS devices) but when you're on a Mac, navigating horizontally doesn't quite work. - iCal and Address Book. Both are still ugly and seem out of place with the overall theme of OS X. iCal needs to get the sidebar back and a better way of creating new events, perhaps revert back to previous versions when it was working just fine? - Autosave/Restore. A System Preferences option is needed to turn it off or pick and choose which apps can use it rather than it being system wide. Also, when shutting down a Mac, the checkmark of "Restore windows..." needs to be unchecked by default and remain unchecked once it is unchecked. - Full Screen Apps. Along with Mission Control, if you choose to have your app run in full screen, the app should enter full screen mode in the current desktop/space that it is in rather than becoming a new desktop/space or at least have the option for this. I will definitely be submitting these and anything else I can think of to Apple at apple.com/feedback. What you do you think, add or subtract from the list?