As in, I figured out something that made my life easier!
I have a bunch of panoramas in my Switzercation photos, and I like to stack them in the Library view of Lightroom to keep them tidy. The stack commands don't have shortcuts (that I know of) so that has always been a rather tedious process--select, stack, expand, set the top picture to the stitched image, collapse, rinse & repeat....
Today I discovered that when you create the stack, LR assigns the "most active" photo as the top of the stack! That eliminates a lot of steps. Now it's just select, select the stitched image, stack and I'm done. I also discovered that I don't have to use the menu to expand and collapse. Just click on the the stack icon. Boy did that make me feel stupid. And, should you want to change the top image, click on that stack icon of the new top image whilst expanded, and voila, that's now the top image.
I also got cleverer about building the panos. Previously I'd find the set of photos, pick one and choose Show in Explorer, then drag the files from Explorer into ICE. Today I had a set that I had run through Develop first, and realized I needed to export the developed images before I sent them to ICE. So I set up an Export preset, and at the bottom of the preset found a place to specify a program to run after export.... So I hooked it up to the ICE executable and it works like a charm. Still have to manually import the finished image, but all in all, these two discoveries make me really happy!
I love Lightroom :-)