Prelude is a very cool program and I can see this becoming a vital part of the workflow. I have noticed a few things that aren't perfect yet and would like to change. I will file feature requests, but I am wondering if anyone else agrees with these, has any workarounds, or has other items to add to the list.
1. Thumbnail view in the project window with hoverscrub. Pr took a giant leap forward with Hoverscrub so you don't have to load each clip into the source monitor to preview, and PL could use this as well. (The case could be made that PL needs this even more, since this will be a step in the workflow where you could be searching through clips even more than you would in the bins in Pr)
2. More efficient way to create bins and move clips in the project window. Right now, when you create a new bin, it shows up at the bottom of the list of clips. I have a project open with 500 clips in it - if there is a clip at the top that I want to throw into the new bin, I have to drag it down and wait for the list to scroll all the way to the bottom - slowly! Such a big time waster. It would be more useful if I could highlight a clip - or multiple clips - hit "new bin" and the clips would automaticaly be placed in the new bin. Or, having the option to have multiple tabs in the project window (like Pr) could also alleviate the issue.
3. The ability to send clips to a specific bin in Pr. Right now, when you send clips over to Pr, they show up in the main project window. If I have a bin structure set up there, it would be nice to target certain bins so the clips down't get lost in the higher level bin hierarchy. For example, if I'm working in a bin that is nested in a B-Roll bin, nested in an interview subject and want to go back to Pl to find more clips, I would like the ability to have the B-Roll bin open, go to Pl, send a clip, and have it show up there in the proper bin. Now, I have to navigate back to the top level and drag it to the proper place. Not a huge deal with one clip, but working with lots of clips can get disorganzied pretty quickly. One last note - some might say that all the Pl work should be done up front and organized there before going tp Pr, but I am finding Pr-Pl to work well together, using Pl as my sorting, metadata and organization tool concurrent with Pr. Essentially, Pl is acting like a turbocharged version of Pr's Brower, Poject panel and metadata panel in a separate app.