She + We...pretty easy.
Actually, I'm glad we got to this post--I've been pronouncing it to myself as 'Shuuuu' or 'Shoe' for years LOL--didn't have a clue I guess.
I'm an RSP (and C1, Bibble--but this was given to me, ACR--and the old PS7/RAW plugin, have DPP on my HD too, etc) license holder. I'm also demoing LR. I liked RSP--a lot---but Michael and his partner made their own choices. Lots of others have done the same and its theirs to do with as they choose. I do understand some feeling 'betrayed' but 'stuff happens' and things change. I'll use it until I upgrade camera bodies.
I just can't get myself into a snit about this one way or the other. I've seen changes in RCs since day one and have gone through too many to get too attached. However I really WOULD like to settle in. I admit I rarely use ACR (my evolution with RCs was the original Canon RC--AWFUL, then Breezebrowser, tried Yarcplus, PS7/RAW plugin, C1 and then RSP)---but after I used LR--I may drag my Bruce Fraser 'Camera RAW' book out--for future reference. Since I was able to get what I felt was an equal or better conversion from LR than from C1 or RSP--I started reconsidering.
However, I have issues about other modules--whether they will be any great use to me--or not. I can't imagine that I won't use PS--so I'll print from there or Qimage. I have Imatch--so whether LR can compete with that (and will have the ability to deal with archived/offline files or not)means that 'library' may not be a good match for me. I'm not sure that I want more than a good standalone RC--but what I want/need may not have much to do with a great majority of other photographers. So---its wait and see and work with what I have. Not much point in getting out of sorts about it. It will be what it will be---and hope that there is good input from beta testers and Michael.
One of the things I do wonder about is Aperture. There are surely a lot of good things being said about it---but since I've been a PC person for so long--I doubt I would consider going Mac now. However--I'd love to play with Aperture just to see what IT has that so many Mac folks seem to like and how it stacks up against LR (considering the stage of development).