First item is a method (a button at the top, under Find button?) to "hide" images, by simply resizing every product row to 15.00 (20 pixels) high to make it easier to browse through products temporarily. It would literally just resize all of the rows to 15.00 and leave the images alone, since it would be fixed the next time the Generate CSV was run anyway (setting row height back to 100) and the idea is to just make the rows more condensed to make data review easier, so it is ok if the images didn't quite look right since you have to manually trigger this anyway.
Second item would be to update Image Alt Text outputs so they don't show A-----A but only A-A. Same thing we fixed up with the handle basically but apply it to the AB CSV output column.
Third new item is a way to change the Photo 1 - Photo 10 filenames, reflecting the title. So over by DS, you would add 10 new columns so you could put the current filenames that you are using for the images and it would rename the image files to reflect the new title+Photo number+SKU filenames. So If the original filename was [url removed, login to view] and the title was Testing with a Variant SKU of V1003, the new photos that would be added to the CSV to output under Image Src and Variant Images and also have colors appended to the filename if Option1 Name was Color and Option1 Values were Black or Red, etc would be Testing-1-V1003 then Testing-2-V1003, etc for no colors and then Testing-1-V1003-Black or Testing-1-V1003-Red, etc. This would need to not break the thumbnails on the CSV file though it should leave those alone. It would need to know where the filenames are if it was to change them locally. For now, it would not be renaming any files, just pushing new data to AC to AL columns based on entered data in DS through EB and letting the existing script handle what it already does. This could be accomplished manually by entering the right information into the cells manually, this just automates the process. If no filenames are provided in DS through EB cells, don't change these cells.