Hi, thanks for your interest. Please allow me to outline the scenario.
eg Impression...lots of pre-sets...say I click one and say "yeah, that might be it", but let me keep looking...scroll, scroll, scroll...click the #2...nope, I think I like the first one better....scroll,scroll,scroll back. [repeat, repeat]
This can be overcome to an extent by using the grid-view...but, there are many pre-sets that I know I am just not interested in and I'd really prefer to just get them out of my way...having to customize each one to make them "keepers" is too much work. If you don't like broccoli changing the butter and salt is not likely to change that much.
Alternatively, the ability to "favorite" and then have a favorites-only view would work, too.
This is not unlike your TV channels...160 and you only watch five...so you want the ability to "program out" the ones you have no interest in.
Thanks for your interest in feedback.
PS I recently trialed some other software and the awkwardness of the above made me dump them in short order. eg AuroraHDR with a horizontal film-strip of pre-sets....jumping back and forth with the large thumb-print tiles is just too cumbersome in a work-flow that crucially depends on before/after actions. Having the software do lots of rendering during the scroll updates just adds to the wasted time.