Indeed, he said that every new product creates some new "bumps in the road" for on-premises customers. But because most customers don't deploy until SP1 comes out, it gives Microsoft the chance to discover what bits are missing or don't work and to fix them in SP1.
Perry pointed out that with Exchange 2010 there was a "bigger freak-out with what was missing in OWA [in the RTM release] than this time around" (OWA was rewritten for Exchange 2010 SP1). He said that there had been a huge reaction within and outside Microsoft when Exchange 2010 appeared because of some interoperability problems and other issues but that SP1 made everyone forget the original problems.
Review Price: Adobe Premiere is one of the oldest brands in PC video editing, although with the switch to Premiere Pro the underlying codebase was radically updated. For the CS5 version, yet another seismic change has taken place. Not only has the application moved to a bit environment, but hardware graphics acceleration is now built in to a much greater extent than before. The previous CS4 version of Premiere Pro was bit aware, so could take advantage of a little more memory running on a bit version of Windows. But the CS5 incarnation is native bit software.