They were using it for printing profiling targets amongst other things. You of all people should appreciate that.
Yes, they now offer ACPU, but it famously doesn't print as it should in Windows and Adobe can't be bothered to fix it.
Can't be bothered? How about, Dave has been working and doing some major updates to the printing workflow, among other things that he and the other engineers and staff work on? Can't be bothered? Honestly, what a load of crap.
Once they have some bandwidth when CS6 is bedded down, I'll bet that some time will be given to addressing many of those issues.
But, let's be clear - as Andrew has stated - the ONLY people who actually have a responsibility for ensuring that their targets can be printed are the vendors of the various packages. ACPU is a community service - a free package to help folks because the vendors of those colour management solutions haven't taken it upon themselves to ensure that their products actually work.
tvalleau - yes, it is getting a little heated I suppose, but when people make broad accusations such as the above, it deserves to be challenged. If you ever have the opportunity to discuss or meet with some of these people at Adobe or Apple or Microsoft etc. you'll find they're passionate, intelligent, hard working people and they simply don't deserve rubbish such as being told "they can't be bothered".