Since I started using SQL Server, about 7 years ago, I've had one complaint about the management environment: you have to use the context menu to see rows in a table. In SQL Server 6, 7, and 2000, there was even a sub menu, which made it worse. Microsoft made it a tad better by bringing it up to the root of the menu, but that's still not good enough, in my book. Viewing table rows is perhaps the most used table operation across the board. Why would you make this feature more than one click away? I'm not sure about others, but probably 90% of the time I click on a table, I want to see it's records. That's pretty significant, if you ask me. Give me some shortcut, at least. I have two ideas for this: (1) give me a shortcut (i.e. Ctrl+Click); and/or, (2) add an arrow image to the right of the table name that allows me to open its contents directly. For an example of what I'm talking about, check out IE7's favorites list. When you open favorites in IE7, each link has it's name and an arrow to the right of it. Clicking the link or image opens the favorite in the existing or a new tab, respectively. Not exactly the same thing, but it would be very useful to provide this type of feature. I can't say how much I wish this were available. This was the one thing I was hoping for most when I first heard about the new management interface for SQL Server.