Pro Tools is the king with this: In the Project Window you can configure the channels to show almost everything on the channel itself (nested if needed, and fully customizable), negating the need to first click on the channel then navigate to the Inspector and possibly click yet again to get to the right page in order to do things like adjust volume or pan, inserts, auxes, etc. This is what most other modern streamlined DAWs’ GUIs have for a very smart and good reason. And Cubase needs it. Once you use a DAW that does this you will see how much repeated clicking/navigation in the Project Window is required in Cubase to do very simple things like adjust the pan or volume on a channel, or example. This feature is truly so much faster and efficient and is not just a “I want Cubase to be like (insert DAW name here)!”.
At the very minimum: volume and pan (Instrument tracks at least have volume adjustable there, so we see that it can be done!). But ideally more (configurable, like icons and other features already are on tracks in Cubase) like PT and many others in varying degrees (Reaper, Live, Logic, Studio One, etc.).
Less clicks and mouse navigation in order to achieve the same thing that you would do with more clicks and mouse navigation: Always the way to go, and very pro.
Please consider this strongly for the next update. Thank you for listening!