Firstly many thanks for your effort! That's not true though, this image is not overexposed in the face and neck in the 2010 version even. This is just a sample image, I'm seeing it in any image where the facial tones are ending up in the top right square of the curves box. I'm also noticing that the color casts due to lighting is disappearing in the dress, it's nice not to have to deal with it but it's not accurate either. Your version is showing the grey in the highlight zones which just isn't there in the 2010 version, I'm losing the color. That's even after you've pumped a whole lot of vibrance into the image which will of course effect the accuracy of the non highlight areas of the image as it has done in this one. Even after pumping in the saturation you haven't recovered the color in those highlight zones. It's like the recovery tool used to be, replace overexposure with grey but now it's doing it, albeit very subtely, with the highlight spectrum, not just the blown areas.