I am using more than UC on several sites, along with imagecache. On one site I have 8 definitions for Imagecache present items.
Product, uc_catalog, uc_thumbnail, in the listing along with other presets that have names that don't clearly identify size and management of the cached items are difficult to track.
If the uc_catalog name was = "90x90SC" , then it would indicate 90x90 pixels Scaled & cropped, that would immediately indicate size and how image is managed, just by looking at the name.
The image size and how it is managed would be clearly identified. This way, in many instances if the imagecached items were close enough ore equal you could choose quickly by the way the preset is named.
This is probably more of an Imagecache issue. Regardless, if UC identified each of the 3 values more specifically to size and how the image is managed with a naming convention as described it would sure make things easier.
Some of what I said may sound repetitive, but I think I got it "splained" this time.