I would appreciate improved support of cylindrical 360° Panoramas in Lightroom (created in other applications). At the moment Lightroom cannot be told that both side edges represent an arbitrary vertical cut of a cylinder and pixels at the right hand side of an image are neighbors of the pixels at the left hand side. If one applies any tool taking into account the surroundings of pixels (like the tool for brightening shadows) one will normally see a step in the brightness at the position of the edges when viewing the image with a panorama viewer. Switching to the panorama mode could be manual or automatic because it is probably not difficult to check if pixels at both side edges are neighbors. Lightroom should enable infinite horizontal scrolling of 360° panoramas so that the adjustment brush could be applied across the cut of the cylinder. I see a difficulty with the graduated filter only because this needs edges around the image.