Move faces is an awesome tool that has been added. If you haven't experimented with it you should. Not only will it move a face, it will move the attached radii too. Now, everyone is thinking that is real nice in a perfect world with no draft, but It will move the radii and maintain tangency to drafted walls. I find this tool very helpful for adding machine stock to castings. I also find it helpful for removing radii. If you have a notch with male and female radii meeting, alot of times the delete faces command will not be able to remove some of the intricate blends. I have found that a midplane cut which encompases all of the radii and then move faces back to original location will eliminate these quickly. Example: radii = .03, cut midplane .08 total thickness. move the resultant faces .04 back and you have your original model with no radii. If you would like an example of some of the ways these things work, please email me and I will get you an example file.
Bryan Compton email@example.com