As I predicted, Interface3 has already surpassed Interface2.

A few of the powerful features of I3 follow:

  • Full project loading & saving capabilities
  • Plugin state loading & saving capabilities
  • Copy & paste functionality with generative modules (creates duplicates of modules, including all plugin and configuration data; extremely useful for setting up a large number of generative modules)
  • Ability to remove modules
  • Flexible GUI overlays
    • This means that standard Windows controls can be used for the interface's secondary panels such as loading and saving menus, preferences, etc.
    • Saves a huge amount of development time

On top of all that, I3 is downright sleek.  It looks good yet simple.  It performs operations very, very fast.  So far, it's easy to develop and still powerful.

Looks like I've finally struck the interface balance.