Disabling the initial splash screen shown when starting ThinkingRock would be handy. Best would be to add two ways to do it, through the command line (thinkingrock --nosplash) and through a normal option.
The reason I'm proposing this is the following: When starting ThinkingRock on my machine, I'd like to keep it on one virtual desktop. There is a command (since I'm on KDE, it's kstart) to do this, but this will unfortunately only affect the splash screen. Every subsequently spawned windows will be started on the currently active desktop. (Yes, I could just set KDE to "Force" this special window to workspace #1 but, uh, what happens when I suddenly like to move it around?