I use Parallels + Vagrant for work, so I have a lot of VMs on my system (20 at this time of writing) of which only a few (perhaps 5) are running at a given time. When rebuilding my development environment, Vagrant automatically destroys and recreates VMs, boots them up, installs stuff on them, and then orchestrates some testing between the VMs. I'd like to be able to see the status of my VMs more easily, but only the ones which are "active". So I'd like to be able to sort the Control Center list of VMs by their power status (e.g. running VMs at the top, followed by suspended VMs, then powered off VMs, and then perhaps archived ones (if they are listed at all, been a while). Alternatively, if the VMs can be sorted by most recently manipulated, so the ones I've been powering up and down are at the top. Note that I rarely interact with the Parallels UI: I use `vagrant up` to bring VMs up, and `vagrant halt` to bring them down, which is to say all my interactions are via `prlctl` under the hood.