Excellent work, Windows team, with Version 5 so far. I have a couple of usability issues to report.I believe having the shortcuts in the sidebar is a good idea. What would be even better though, would be to also restore the ability to pin notes/saved searches to the Toolbar again. Here's why: Power-users tend to have a large no. of notes and/or complex notebook or tag trees. For me (and I suspect many others) a brilliant way of working easily with that complexity was simply to drag whatever tags/saved-searches you are currently working with onto the Toolbar. This forms a kind of 'temporary workspace' or 'virtual desktop', where you have at hand all that you need for your current work context without the distraction of everything else. This was so useful. Please, please, please bring this back.Having the search box a distance away form the search results (ie. the notes list) is very awkward. Maybe it's only power-users who will struggle with this... but the normal process of building a search query -- particularly one with complex search parameters -- is to experiment, using the feedback from eye-balling the returned notes to fine tune the search terms until you arrive at what you want. In other words, it's an iterative process where your attention (and your mouse) is on both the search query and it's results simultaneously. This becomes incredibly difficult if the input and output of your interaction are in different locations.Minor nit: The rightmost scrollbar appears to be a couple of shades lighter than the leftmost scrollbar, and its lightness makes it difficult to see on a large monitor.Reminders: Could you include the Reminder related fields (isReminder, reminderChecked, reminderDate ??) in the list of fields you can select to include in the List View please. The List View is an incredibly powerful tool to manage the meta-data of large number of notes together. It would be shame not to maintain that. Finally, a question: Where can I find information on the new search terms/parameters for Reminders?I hope this feedback is useful. As I said, nothing but admiration for your efforts so far. Thanks again.