Is anyone sick of using Finder in its current form? I feel like I'm still in the 00's. Finders main purpose when it was created was to organize all of your junk in a UI; to be able to use folders, search, rearrange, etc. When iOS was created this was never needed, why? Because we used apps. You wanted to play music you opened the Music.app, you wanted to make a document you opened the Pages.app and thats how the data was organized, simple concept. Why can't this be taken to OS X? Lets get rid of Finder in its current form of being an app and just incorporate it into Spotlight. What if when you searched and clicked on something in Spotlight, it didn't just open a Finder window but the Spotlight UI itself just expanded to accommodate whatever your doing. It could support dragging and dropping inside the UI, etc. Now I know some of you hardcore Finder users will not like this, but I don't think the majority of Mac users would mind, heck it may even be beneficial to these type of people because they want simple (thats why they buy Macs and Apple products in general). But they could always give us an option for either way. And another subject as it is related to Finder: Why is Launchpad called Launchpad with a rocket icon? Why can't it just be called "Applications" with either an icon thats shows your app icons stacked on top of each other or a folder icon with the applications logo on it? When opened it still uses the the same Launchpad UI, but only shows the applications that are not already on your dock. Isn't it so annoying how the apps you have on your dock are still in the Launchpad UI? Like this: OR: And when you click on it it uses the same UI of Launchpad. So many inconsistencies between OS X and iOS. I get you want some diversity between the two but I think most would agree some things need to be consistent.