Not a problem!
It most certainly is a very large overhaul and adds a bit more transparency and customization to ones experience. The dashboard is a fun tool and I love it for obvious reasons... however, I feel this overhaul will give more users an excuse to play with their shell and get to know the ins-and-outs a bit more.
You can see some post I made here for a few more details... just a start really:
As a side-note, I would like to mention that though the size is considerably larger, the shells response is much faster in lieu of this update. The unused and hard-mentioned functions in the other bash had a tendency to weigh things down a bit.