Usenet article names often have the name of the download (in my TV show example, of the format Show.Name.SxxExx.Quality-RELEASEGROUP) enclosed in brackets or parentheses, or the forum where the download was originally posted on prepended to it. This tends to confuse automatic renaming functions which, e.g. in the case of brackets, will read the show name as something like "[ Show Name". But as they are pretty good with some other naming schemes, sometimes even with the original article name specified as the NZB name in SABnzbd, the renaming functions will put the episodes in the right folders and rename them correctly. Therefore I'd like to see a preview of how the program's sorting functions would rename/move the files in one NZB, based on the NZB name, so I can see whether they can already parse that name correctly or I need to manually strip all the brackets and other garbage.