If ya turn a101 to portrait, you can slide the youtube video thumbnails to the left over the grey bar, and see 10 and two half vids. I am used to google dumbing stuff down to make them pay for themselves better, but...
Ya, seems like both Microsoft and Google like to do weird things that somehow they "think" makes things easier, but yet really does the exact opposite.
Back with Android Gingerbread on my phone, if I wanted to put an app icon or widget on a home screen... all I had to do was just press and hold the spot I wanted to put it and then a pop up would display with a while list of things I could do. Then, just select Apps, scroll to the one I wanted, and when I tap it then it would go right in the spot on the home screen I had pressed.
With Honeycomb and ICS we now have to go into Apps and then drag it to one of the small screens, then things switch to the real full size screen, and then (if all the touch sensing hasn't already lost it already) drag to the spot you want it to be at. I really do not see where that is in anyway easier to work with at all.
In fact, I've actually been looking around for a tablet that still has Android 2.x lately simply because I can do so much more faster and easier with my old phone than I can with my G9 tablets (other than the small screen making typing hard, it really out performs my G9's for many things, and it only has a single core 800MHz CPU with only 128M RAM lol).