What's the use of the Strip-tab in Nuendo's track inspector?

I was hoping that Nuendo 10 would bring some improvements in the aspects of which I think they have been a bit silly.

One of them is the use of the Strip-tab in the tracks Inspector:
When this tab is collapsed, it takes quite a lot of screen-real-estate but in order to actually edit the modules themselves, one has to open the Channel Strip in the “e”-edit window…In this window, it’s possible to edit the modules in the Channel Strip, but it’s not possible to load or save the presets of the individual modules…therefore one has to go back to the track Inspector…in my opinion this is poorly designed.
I hope that I’m doing something wrong?
Any tips welcome.

Thanks, Niek/ Amsterdam.