Search>Records website page
I suggest you return to the former Search>Records landing page. The new version is a needlessly cumberson change to a previously user-friendly experience. I can find the census record I want at Ancestry.com with one click for the year, and one click after filling in the search terms. Takes at most 1-2 minutes. With your site, I have to scroll to find U.S. Previously I could click on the world map, then the state, and be able to see the collections for that state. Now I have to scroll through endless lists to find U.S. records and then more scrolling to find the U.S. census category - or any other category such as marriage records.
Also, the new landing page looks like something used in a grammar school to attract children. Not opposed to young ones learning to do family research, but the whole change is, overall, not at all helpful for anyone. If it was my first experience in doing family research, I would throw up my hands and start looking for help elsewhere.
I would like to use your records search because I can attach them to a person's page. I get so frustrated, I give up and go to Ancestry.com - a much better search engine and good search experience. I've been using both sites since 2005 when I was a rank beginner.
In summary, I don't like a single thing about your new search landing page.
Blanche M. Wallace