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I also agree with the "grippy dots" (option D) as they are documented here: What is the best icon to show that something can be dragged and reordered? Think that the hamburger could be misinterpreted easily and the other options aren't as clear as they could be.
Based on code page 437, here is a list of characters that come after z. Note they are listed in sort order. Omega is probably the most appropriate for this use case, because it is the last letter of the Greek alphabet. α alpha U+03B1 Alt 224 Γ gamma U+0393 Alt 226 δ delta U+03B4 Alt 235 ε epsilon U+03B5 Alt 238 Θ theta ...
In my opinion, if e-merchants place all the necessary information on only single page, that will be fine for the customers. I am of this opinion because I myself using one page checkout and given awesome results. Initially, I have to spend money on purchasing a one step checkout module from FME Modules, but the returning were more than the price.
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