YouTube's probably a pretty big (and wildly unproductive) part of your life. So it sucks that it's organized like a drunken blind guy's sock drawer. Google's trying to do something about that with a new and very pretty redesign available to select users, according to The Next Web.
The new design is focused around heavier Google+ integration and organizing all of your feeds and subscriptions into something more manageable than a face slap full of thumbnails every time you visit the homepage. Its visual style fits in with the rest of Google's recent redesigns and the kinda-recent Cosmic Panda update to YouTube's actual video player. It also simplifies (and good-ifies) some basic features, like giving the Fullscreen button a few options, or making recommended content pop out when clicked, so you don't get lost down the content rabbit hole quite so often.