In previous versions of LR I used the manual lens correction tool when there was the need to rotate an image, because it had a very close overlay grid that let me rotate the image very precisely in its correct position. I used this method instead of using the crop tool rotation, which never had this close overlay grid (at least since manual lens correction is available...)
Now, in LR5 the close grid in the lens correction has disappeared--there is no grid overlay at all--and has moved to the rotation tool in crop tool. Which makes the workflow really worse when working with the manual lens correction. If there is an additional rotation necassary, i.e. after horizontal and/or vertical rotation was necassary, I now do have to leave this tool switch to the crop tool, rotate, switch back to the lens correction to check it things got worse...and so on.
Sometimes, the small and tiny features make the real difference. So, I wonder why Adobe took it away from one place and put in another, instead of providing both of these tools with a close grid. Why to worsen a feature, when it would have been so easy to make it better?
Or, did I simply miss something?