I am starting to use figma more and more over Adobe CS.
Regarding image editing (Particularly Cropping) it would be nice to be able to do that straight in the WYSIWIG.
Think indesign: White Arrow to move image within crop, black arrow to move image box.
At the moment I have to double click on the image asset, then drag over to the right side bar and then find the Fill Image button.
Furthermore, If the image is on Fill then I change it to Crop and it happens to be the same size as the artboard/frame I can’t really grab the edges of the image as it tries to change the crop box instead of the image itself.
Over all it just feels a little clunky, when all I want to do is change the position of the image in the layout a little.
I understand that Figma is a digital tool and that you want to retain the responsive attributes, but also sometimes you just want to see what the image will look like in your layout and would be handy to have easier image editing abilities with a couple of clicks.
Fastest solution is add a triple click to open Fill Options. But I think also you could improve on this whole subject generally. Illustrator does it ok, and indesign I think does it best.