In Firefox, the scrolling via dragging a map to the top or bottom of the display area does not work. When I switch to Chrome, I am able to do it, but that feature doesn't seem to work on Firefox. This is an issue for laptop trackpad users. Additionally, the area which will actually trigger the scrolling is only 20px tall. (Area that triggers scrolling is highlighted in green.) It would be better if it still scrolled up when a map is dragged above the area where the maps are displayed, or scrolled down when beneath the map area, instead of only scrolling when held in that extremely narrow band. Looking at other people's screenshots, it seems like smaller screens (like the laptop I'm on at the moment) have far fewer maps showing. I guess that's to help prevent the menu from taking over the entire page. Unfortunately, that didn't seem to be a consideration with this: (Yes, that's my entire screen.) I also agree with all of the other comments about the wasted space at the top and moving the searchbar. There's no way that a map can have a name that long, so the functional area of the searchbar is quite small. Everything else is wasted space, even if it doesn't look empty. One thing that I do appreciate (which hasn't been mentioned yet) is that the names of the maps can extend onto a second line. Even if it means that the maps take up slightly more space on the screen, I'd rather see that than see map names truncated. I also really like moving players to different maps, and the ease of regrouping them. That particular bit was implemented very well. EDIT: Oh, and one more thing. If we're going to have a searchbar, then it would be really neat to be able to add tags to the pages, like we can with characters and handouts.