It seems to me that the Hook window takes up quite a bit of real estate for what it is doing. It’s essentially a list of four commands and short cuts, with a submenu for one of the shortcuts.
The only reason the sheet needs to be the size it is because of the “Creates a document, names it …” message at the bottom of the window, which can get very long based on the name of the selected context (web page, document, etc.). Perhaps that could be handled differently? Put the name of the selected context in a tool tip?
The submenu gets rather long too – and only has the single shortcut. It would be useful if there were a preference that we could turn off/on what appears in the Link to New submenu, assign a shortcut (or default to ⌘1, ⌘2, etc.). No doubt others’ views are different, but I doubt I ever need more than 5 or 10 document types appearing in that submenu.
The beauty of Hook is being able to get in and out quickly so we can get to work. Streamlining – especially helping us avoid using mice – would be appreciated