Comment 10 for bug 190366

I've just seen this:

And I can see how it can be a problem to not be able to tell where the partitions are mounted. Basically, those applications that don't use the default "open.." dialog in gnome, won't be able to find the volumes in the sidebar, and the user will have to 'guess' the mount point. If the name of the mount point is not at all related to the "xx GG volume", it can be a problem.