OK this may be premature, but I think Leaf has made a HUGE leap forward with this version of their software. I've only been messing around with it in my studio this morning and haven't run it through the wringer with a real live shooting situation yet, but so far I'm really thrilled.
I'm shooting with an Aptus 22 V mount and Hasselblad and Fuji cameras.
Here's what I've noticed so far:
1)Everything but capture speed seems faster.
2)High ISO looks better.
3)Touch screen performance untethered is way, way, way more responsive.
4)As an architectural photographer, that grid feature (which is totally customizable) is a big addition for me.
5)Everything really feels like it is working as a fully refined machine. It just has the feel now of a tool that works more like it was intended to and less like something I'm going to have to work with or around.
I'm sure there will be issues to resolve, but I think that after all the bashing the Leaf software team has taken over the last 2-3 years, they deserve credit when they get it right and this time it looks like they have. So "Thank You" Leaf software team.