In terms of small changes, I've changed the apply options button so it's more obvious, I've fixed some bugs relating to the Start number selector for dynamic numbering when creating new names, and I've optimized my code some to improve performance when navigating and displaying items.
The biggest change is the listview. Now it may seem to some of you that it isn't that important of a thing, but because of how it works, it is. As it was, I was extremely unhappy about the way Bram worked using the default listview that comes with Visual Studio 2010. So I looked into an alternative, called an ObjectListView (Or OLV for short). The OLV was created by a cool guy named Phillip Piper, and it provides a plethora of improvements over the regular listview, not to mention it adds a ton of features. Now usually, more features = slower, but the OLV is actually much faster than a standard listview due to the difference in how the two handle items in code. But enough of my babbling.
Without further ado, I give you Bram 2.0! I hope you all enjoy it, and remember to contact me with any suggestions or bug reports you may have!
Here's the changelog for Bram.
(I'd also like to point out that Bram has already received a few awards and reviews, as you can see on its page!)