I come this time with more an improvement to an existing feature than a suggestion.
The background transfer is a big improvement over the old version of WinSCP. However though, it could be a real transfer queue and what I mean is that a user should be able to add files and start the transfer afterwards ... meaning a transfer queue. Right now, as soon as you add a new file, another transfer starts (and a new connection also) and you end up having multiple transfers simultaneously which will clutter your bandwidth.
Another nice thing of having a transfer queue is that even if the transfer started, you can add files to the queue while transfering and they will start when their turn comes.
When adding a file/dir to the queue you should save its destination dir also so you can transfer any file/dir to any directory ... but i'm sure you know what to do. Total Commander (if you know it) has a real transfer queue in version >6.0. Also you could take a look at WS_FTP v8.x
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