Try restructuring a chaotic set of more than a thousand folders and files and you know what I mean.
I've yet to see any open source file managers that can emulate this kind of setup for a power user. I'd expect the hotkey bindings for GNOME and KDE (in Windows-style behaviour) to emulate this, but something just isn't right, because I'm constantly stopped with some hotkey that doesn't work as expected. I'm sure that with both Nautilus and Konqueror it is possible to customize hotkeys, but the familiar ones aren't available in the default setup. So I revert back to Windows Explorer just because it's the quickest filemanager (but not the one with most features).
Please tell me there is a solution, because I hate that this is the thing that's holding me back. Don't ask me to learn a lot of new hotkeys; the ones I already know are just too ingrained and it is extremely hard to change, and I think I'm not alone on this matter.
Readers -- have you any suggestions?