For sure. Keep in mind this is a very "me" issue and for someone else it may be a complete non-issue. The biggest thing was taking a tab from the default display format to a display format more conducive to (for me at least) playing along to. Every time I opened a tab I would have to double-click each track, uncheck the Standard Notation button, and click okay - for every track I wanted visible. Then I would have to hide the side panel (which isn't obvious on how to do so) and the bottom panel (which is even less obvious and only possible through the View menu). So a decently length process. It may sound like a petty little thing, but it was a process I just didn't have to go through in GP5. Hiding Standard Notation is global and persistant after shutdown. There is no side panel to hide. Double clicking the bottom panel hides it. Simple and easy. That's all it takes to throw off a user of an old version - change the workflow without providing any advantage to the new workflow. Long story short, if it ain't broke don't fix it. GP7, however, fixes that whole issue. You can set a layout in the options that it'll force on new files - so no matter what, I have files open with just Tab, in the right view, with the right layout, yadda yadda. Plus all three side bars (left, right, and bottom) are opened and closed much more intuitively and in the same place. So yeah. That's my take on it. Plus GP7 seems to open a LOT quicker than GP6 - GP5 would open instantly, GP7 is just about instant, but GP6 would take up to a full minute or two on a modern, fairly optimized desktop.