I know you want to add all these extra features and stuff for people that are into deep customization and whatever else, and that's a good idea in principle, but I kinda hate the new Oculus Home/Dash and find it all pretty convoluted and somewhat clunky.
The old Home/UI is so simple and intuitive: You see the menus floating in front of you (at a decent distance so you don't have to worry about awkward hand interaction, where you're constantly choosing between aiming/pointing at a distance, poking directly with your finger, tapping with your full hand, or a clumsy mixture of all three depending on the menu/object you're interacting with) and you aim a virtual pointer at the icons/options then click a button to select them. It's all so simple, intuitive, effective and works basically flawlessly.
All the old Home/UI really needs as far as I'm concerned is to let people choose from more rooms/scenes (without having to exit the Rift to access them) and also maybe be able to bring it up even when in-game (even though I've never really found that an essential feature personally). And with those couple of tweaks it's a near-perfect user interface for the majority of people just as it is imo.
So, again, please keep the original Home/UI going forward, at least as an option for more casual users (it actually really should be the simpler version that's on be default imo, with the hardcore users being the ones who have to specifically select an "advanced mode" to open up all the various more in-depth and complex features and stuff--kinda like it is right now actually, although presumably not for too much longer--so the rest of us aren't forced to see, use and contend with all that extra stuff by default).