I still think that the ability to edit a preset already created is a glaring missing feature. It feels very primitive to have to remember exactly how you named a preset and then create a new one with the same name to overwrite it, all with no prompts to tell you you are about to overwrite an existing preset. But much more inconvenient than that is the situation where you revise your strategy as you go and realize that, for example, a custom cycle setup you created using multiple key mappings and presets for one key would also be useful duplicated to another key on another component (e.g., duplicating the setup for SH button A to LCD button top). Instead of just editing each preset to include new key mappings for the LCD button, you have to redo EVERY preset from scratch and add all the key maps at once to the same preset. That's where editing a preset could really save time.