Perhaps AS can be updated to operate without the need for those continuous "pop-ups" as they relate to completed downloads and loading playlists. I think this will greatly improve the functionality and ease of use for AS. Let's check out some images that provide a visual of how the interface could look: The LEFT PANE would still function as it does now. The RIGHT PANE would provide the PLAYLIST (aka Downloadable items) for a given selected movie or show. These PANES are NOT different windows. They are basically the same as other applications that we use, such as Outlook, etc. One benefit here is that when we switch between tabs, we see the Provider in the LEFT PANE and the Playlist in the RIGHT PANE (for each provider). To make the playlist load faster, the thumbnails and descriptions should not load. Honestly, they offer no value. For those that actually find value in the thumbnail and description… perhaps this can be a feature that can be set by the user. Notice how I can only see 4-5 Download buttons when my Playlist is filling top/bottom of my screen. I'm using a 32" 4K monitor by the way. If we exclude the thumbnails and descriptions, we should be able to see about 30 Download buttons in view using this Integrated Playlist feature along with the scroll bar for additional episodes. Notice how two of the providers are grayed out and one is not when a Playlist is loaded. Having the Playlist integrated for each Tab (provider) allows reduced interference when switching between tabs to check on the progress and continue where we left off. In other words, the RIGHT PANE (Playlist) should only display the Movie title and download button, or the Episode Number/Title and Download button. Obviously shows will still need the Series drop down list. This will greatly compact the playlist for a series, thus making it easier to keep track of progress and improved performance with loading a playlist. This Playlist will be loaded when a Movie or Show is selected like it does now. The main difference is that the Playlist does not need to be loaded again between downloads. It remains active in the RIGHT PANE. Once it loads, it stays loaded until we either change the Season number for a show in the RIGHT PANE, or select another movie or show from the LEFT PANE which will then load the new Playlist in the RIGHT PANE. Using the images above as an example, this will allow me to switch back and forth and just click on the next Download button without having to select the show again, scroll down and click download. If I change the Season number, the playlist will update/load for the new season and remain loaded. When I return to a provider (LEFT PANE), I will still have the Playlist loaded for what I was using last time and just continue where I left off. UPDATE 1: I wanted to add that this feature request is intended to simply the functionality of the application for the End User. As of now, when we click on the Downloadables button, it will open another window which we can simply call the PLAYLIST. We see either a list of episodes along with a Season dropdown, or just a single movie, along with a Download button for each downloadable item. We then choose our preferred Video/Audio/Subtitles and click Download again. The download begins. We may get another pop up message or a completed download message. These could be integrated as well at the bottom of the RIGHT PANE. The Integrated Playlist makes this process easier by taking that new Playlist window, and integrating it into the main window (as a RIGHT PANE) instead of opening in a separate window. Now, imagine that window remains open even after you click Download and Download again. When Episode 1 is complete, you simply click on Download for the 2nd episode instead of having to click on the show to see that list again which takes time to load every single time. Using the Integrated Playlist allows the Playlist to remain open (loaded, so the speak) until the User searches for and selects a different Movie/Show from the LEFT PANE. The RIGHT PANE basically serves the purpose for everything that occurs from the moment you select a movie or a show from the LEFT PANE up to the Download Complete message. In other words, no new windows unless it's an error message or prompt that requires User interaction, such as an error message.