The down-arrow menu, between the watchlist star and the search box is probably the biggest complaint so far from the editors in the Hebrew Wikipedia. And probably not just there - it was already brought up on usability.wikimedia.org back in August: http://usability.wikimedia.org/wiki/Talk:Prototype/Archive_4#Lady_Aleena.27s_comments .
It's very important to let the user configure what appears in that menu and what is directly available. Many administrators complained that it is very inconvenient to have the "delete" link hidden there. It takes time to find it after moving to Beta, and even after the admin knows where that link is it's still inconvenient for many.
I am an admin and for me, personally, it's OK, because i don't delete pages so often, but for new page patrollers it must be quite an annoyance. They should be able to have the delete button directly accessible.
T53529: Move "View history" to dropdown menu
T26481: [collapsibleTabs] Vector: Tab "Move" should be visible by default (to discourage copy/paste moves)
T70774: If "More" menu contains only one item (usually "Move"), display the item instead of "More"