This isn't the first time it's come up, and we understand the desire, and frustration for those that prefer more minimal interfaces with less cluttering. More and more we're seeing that we have distinct groups of users; there are professionals, pro-sumers, and homebrewers. There are analytical note takers, and ad-lib creative brewers who don't care for some of the specific details. There are a few things we're pursuing to meet and provide the best solution to as many users as possible. Please use the poll here to provide feedback in which feature you're interested in using, all of these will be optional if and when they're released. 1) Show zero values as blank. This will reduce clutter and streamline things for those that don't use certain features, such as cost, or hop storage index. Other secondary properties are blank when not filled in, like location, note, etc. Want to stay consistent as much as possible while still showing the primary distinguishing properties at all times (PPG, Lovi for fermentables, AA for hops etc). 2) Toggle and/or move table columns on a per table basis. We understand not every use is interested in certain things, so you'll be able to hide any column you're not interested in. This puts the user in more control over their interface, and allows you to only show the things you want. It's also a possibility that you may be able to rearrange the table to suit your preferences. 3) User setting to disable specific features site wide. A more robust form of #2 would be to hide or disable a small list of specific features from all of their relevant pages. IE if you disable cost, it will be toggled off for the corresponding pages, recipe editor, recipe view, inventory, shopping list, etc. In order to support these features, we will need to introduce a reset button just like for searches or filtering.