Please allow transcription corrections in indexed placenames!
There are doubtless even better examples out there, but here's the first one I came up with: the residence was indexed as "Muidszent", but it is clearly Mindszent ("all saints") (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JF3J-86T). The problem is, there were 16 of those, in 11 different counties, and there's no way to tell from the manifest which one was meant.
If I try to just correct the transcription without standardizing, it yells at me in red: "!You must select a standardized place." But I can't! There are over a dozen candidates!
If this were a Family Tree profile, I could just leave it as "Mindszent" and set the standardized place as "Hungary", but the index-correction system doesn't have that capability: the only way to get the bare country as a selectable standard is to lose the corrected transcription entirely.
This halfway-there implementation of the placename-standardization concept leaves us between a rock and a hard place: we cannot make needed corrections to the index, because we cannot associate a correct standard with the available information.
FamilySearch, please either fully implement standardization on index corrections, with separate "index/display" and "standard" fields, or do away with this attempted link between indexes and standards.