NEW UPDATE: 09 August 06:
Completely remove your current version before using this, installation and usage is significantly different in this version.
#10 August '06
#Added a quick check for /boot/grub/
# --NOTE--On ubuntuforums.org, lots of people seem to be playing around with multiple installs of grub
# While not wanting to cripple functionality, I don't want to be held responsible for them messing
# their system up. Now, the script will check for /boot/grub/, and if it's not present, exits.
# I have no idea what the repurcussions of multiple /boot/grub/ directories is, and I don't particularly
# want to find out.
#Removed all reference to the re-order menu feature in the code, but kept a version back which includes it.
# --NOTE--I see no reason why anyone would want to do this. The problem is not only in implementing it, but
# the changes just simply will not last if you use any of the other options.
#Added an 'installer'. It copies GrubEd to /usr/bin, and makes a documentation directory at /usr/share/doc/grubed.
#Included an example Launcher. Paste it onto your desktop/panel/whatever to use it.
#Made an 'uninstaller'. It will live in /usr/share/doc/grubed/.
# --NOTE--Usage is 'sudo /usr/share/doc/grubed/uninstall'
Once installed, you can delete the initial folder.
The download includes a launcher which you can copy to your desktop or panel, since quite a few people have been having trouble using shortcuts to use GrubEd.