Style over substance, appearance over function. Does the playlist thumbnail collage serve any purpose? No, it doesn't. Formerly, I would select a video thumbnail that showed the face of an artist and make this the main playlist thumbnail, so that a face could be associated with each artist's playlist. That image served the purpose of enhancing the playlist. The current playlist thumbnail collage is a jumble of 5 small thumbnails that takes up half the horizontal space for representing a playlist. It's hard to see the particular thumbnails, and the collage looks clunky and ugly. More importantly, the collage impedes the operation of the video manager. Suppose I have 1000 playlists. When I use the Video Manager to view my playlists, all playlists must load before any viewing is possible. Because of the silly playlist thumbnail collage, 5 images are fetched and collaged for EACH playlist. The time required to thus render 5000 images is ridiculous, and a total waste of time. It takes 5 minutes just to render the playlists page as desired (alphabetical). And all this extra waiting is for the display of the clunky thumbnail collage that serves no purpose whatsoever, except to show off some sophomoric coder's expertise in producing clutter. Therefore, there should be an option to dispense with all images in the Video Manager, a text-only mode, to make the Video Manager operational again.