Thought to start this after a person commented on software upgrade claiming that software is 'stable'. After my experience with softwares since the last 5 years I have learnt a lesson - never update your software as soon as a new production/ stable version is released. I am not talking about BETA, RC, or whatever they call it, I am talking about stable production environment releases. I find bugs even in the so called stable releases, my experience with IPB 2.1.0, 2.1.1, 2.1.2 was a proof enough not to jump into the upgrade bandwagon as soon as a so called 'stable' release comes out. I think using the existing final version of the software and upgrading only when the softwares have been widely used and tried for about 3 months or so keeps us safe - especially in web environment as you can't just uninstall and revert to the old versions without thinking of the downtimes and loss of access to the site for users. Cases in example IPB release versions, vB release versions, Firefox 184.108.40.206 , iTune 7.0. What do you think, upgrade right away or wait?