YouTube has gone to . I can't even read comments anymore because I can't figure out what's new and what's old
OH MY GOSH YES. The YouTube interface is COMPLETE CRAP. I'm freaking professional programmer and server administrator AND I CAN'T FIND WHERE REPLIES TO MY COMMENTS ARE. Every time I "think" I find it, I end up at notifications to my channel subscriptions... not actually the comments.
And why do comment replies show the name of the person they're replying to IN PLAIN TEXT at the beginning of the comment? Half the time it's hard to figure out what a comment is because you have to guess which 1/2/3 words are actually a username.
I've actually had conversations with my wife about how frustrating the UI is for a multi-billion dollar company with hundreds of millions (if not >1 billion) users, it's absolutely pathetic. It's like, "Does anyone at your company even use your product?!"
There's no way in hell I'm buying YouTube Red until they provide a proper UI, and stop shitting on non-politically correct videos/channels.
 And WTF are they doing with the UI? Every time they change it.. IT GETS WORSE. I just loaded it up and here it's changed again. My playlist view has NO GRID SEPERATORS and NO COLOR CHANGES between videos. So it's just white... with tons of text. So it's even harder to tell the "border" between one grid/table cell from the next when scrolling or on a large, low DPI screen. (MINE!) And until the thumbnails load (which is super slow for some reason) all they show is TEXT. The thumbnail background is pure white (no placeholder) until it pops up. So I get like 5 thumbnails, and then nothing but text as I keep scrolling. And the playlist only shows THREE or so listings below the video I'm playing. So if I have a list with 670 videos, you think 3 is gonna be easy to pick from? It's like a flashback from Cable TV's "TV Guide Channel" where you got a huge ad and then a tiny two or three cells of scrolling text to try and read what shows might be playing.
No grid lines and talk about wasted space!
If I was a manager/lead developer at YouTube I would be pulling someone into my office for a "discussion" and demand explanations for the changes.