I know I've mentioned this before, but here's an example from today. I'm revising the way I document my sources (there's over 40,000 in my database) to show the Repositories in the Bibliography sentence. I want my readers to see how far and wide my efforts have gone.
When I started building sources long ago (I've been at this since 1988), I often abbreviated the actual source name for the source Title. The shortened titles fit the screen width better, and didn't get truncated as I switched from program to program to get a better research tool....
Today I'm trying to find the source with the actual title of Répertoire des actes de baptême mariage sépulture et des recensements du Québec ancien, but I don't remember how I abbreviated it (or even when it arrived in my database). The only RM tool that can help is Find Everywhere (which, I know, is a misnomer since it doesn't actually search everywhere within the database).
I put in the last four words of the title for my search terms, and the search has been going for well over a half hour. Why so long? Because it is searching through names, and places, and to-do lists, and who knows what else that has NOTHING to do with my search goals.
This is frustrating. The Find Everywhere tool needs a screen with  check boxes to allow us to FOCUS the search.
Please, pretty please, Mr. RootsMagician, can we get this improvement in the new version you are working on?