When I select a layer, I don't want the path to show! Please, please, please! I know that Photoshop CS6 makes the path part of the layer - makes zero difference. I don't usually sound like I'm ranting when posting on forums, but I can't tell you how many times this problem has irritated me - it almost negates every positive of CS6. I realize I can switch to the direct select tool, click enter, then go back to the last tool. I probably do that an average of 3 times a minute. It really is that often. At first I thought, it's just a few clicks. But if you're editting for 8 hours hours a day, 5 days a week, and lines COVER your design every 20 seconds because of some how shape layers are now handled, you'd feel the same way - how did this make it into the final release of CS6? Here's a typical scenario, I double click a shape layer to go into the layer properties, and then see the annoying lines covering the very layer I'm trying to edit - I have to exit properties, switch to select tool, press enter, double click to reenter properties. Please, please, please stop it from doing that - please - I can't tell you how many times I've done this now. It's not fun. I'm in the middle of a hectic schedule, and I still took time from my project to find your forums and write this. From your perpective it may make sense logically. But, it's not user friendly. If I press F, I can get rid of the toolbars on the outsides of the screen so that I can focus on the design without distraction. Yet, I have to deal with lines running through the MIDDLE of my design EVERY 20 seconds. Every single time I switch layers, I have to deal with this. To me, that is the worst idea I can imagine. If I have the move tool selected, and I'm clicking on a layer that is a shape layer, why do I need to see the path? Why not show the outlines of every other layer also? I know I sound like I'm ranting, but I'm trying to get you to understand how much you could improve my user experience. To me this is a problem with the software.