I've recently spent some time talking to a couple people trying Cloudmin for the first time (one I met at LinuxFest and one on a random website). They could not imagine how they could use it for its intended purpose (i.e. creating users that can manage virtual machines), even after installing it and looking at the product, because "Owner options" is hidden by default, and seems like an obscure bunch of settings rather than the single most important element of what people in a hosting environment need Cloudmin for. They completely ignored the section, didn't see it, something...they couldn't see how to allow users to manage their own stuff, and thus couldn't see how Cloudmin could be useful for them. That's a pretty bad thing. We want folks to be able to see how they can use it to do what it's made for.
So, I think Owner Options should be relabeled as "Owner details" or simply "Owner"; so it seems like an important part of process (as it is for the vast majority of hosting provider who'll be using this), not be hidden by default, and appear first on the create virtual machine form.