Control+Find search box obstructs too much of the page. Make it moveable!
Whenever I use the Control+Find tool to locate text within a PDF the searchbox itself takes up a significant portion of the viewing screen and impedes my ability to see the text and read the PDF. You can move the search box to the top or bottom of the page, but you can not remove it entirely from the viewing screen. There needs to be an option to make the search box smaller or to to move it to the toolbar so the box itself is not in the same window as the document I am viewing. This bothers me so much that I often resort to using mozilla firefox or other web-browsers to view documents despite paying for adobe as they do not have this problem.
While you're at it please give me the option to have the ctrl+F feature cycle through the document after getting to the last page instead of a pop up telling me "Adobe has finished searching the document". Also once it has located several phrases if I click "next" to view the next location of the phrase, but then want to go back and hit "previous" the control+F feature will have to re-search through all those pages to find the phrase, even though it just knew where it was, which takes time and is annoying. Other PDF viewers do not have this problem.
All this matters to me because I'm a medical student and often use this feature to locate specific terms in PDFs of my textbooks which are several hundred pages long and can be pretty dense.