If there is such thing as a tragedy in the world of software, this is it. Version 2 was wonderful: an unobtrusive menubar icon that, when clicked, brought down a helpful list of radio stations that you'd tagged as favorites, and could provide lists of its own when you search by categories. The list was unobtrusive and instantly dismissable with the escape key. When you picked a station, you had a full set of standard controls to start and stop play, and a nice buffering system that allowed you to stop for a while and resume where you left off, if you wished. For reasons completely unknown and non-obvious, version 3 replaced the menu bar app with a floating window app that can only be dismissed with a mouse click and a new set of controls missing functions such as a volume control. It's not the end of the world, but what on earth were the developers thinking? They replaced a beautiful, usable concept with a clunky, inconvenient one for no obvious reason whatsoever. Really sad. For shame!