If you are somewhat serious about .net development you certainly know Assembly Binding Log Viewer utility (aka Fuslogvw.exe), do you? If you don’t, you should – it lists all assembly bindings (both successfull and failed ones, depending on settings).
Now, while this utility is very useful it has a crappy UI. What person made Assembly Binding Log Viewer window of fixed size (at this point I won’t mention the other great parts of UI)? I mean it is usually packed with data which is displayed in a tiny list – at the time when 20″ LCDs are more and more available.
Somebody need serious dogfooding and some lessons in UI. Or perhaps it is time to write a custom viewer.