Which is rather sad.
What would have been interesting is to learn how many people are still using older software productively today and what they're finding useful.
My profiling business still sees lots of users of Windows XP and happily using older versions of Photoshop like CS, CS2 & CS3.
Although some here have been highly dismissive of XP being 'old' or 'out of date' I was amused last week to see Milan's brand new, not fully finished, Metro line using XP as the operating system for it's ticket machines.
'If it ain't broke it doesn't need fixing' can apply to software as much as anything else.
Yep, some things work reasonably well, like my XP dedicated to Photoshop 6! Any you know what: my Photoshop 6 is too sophisticated for my other, newer machine running Vista. ;-)
Funnies aside, I simply don't see anything missing from PS6 that the inclusion of a method of correcting verticals wouldn't have solved. For me. I just don't need
further performing dogs for the simple, basic, photography that interests me now, or even that I used to do professionally. Even the verticals wouldn't really be a problem were I still on the job, as it were: I'd have gone Canon and bought the 17mm and 24mm shifters. Problem solved; thanks, Tax Man! Without the tax man on my side, it really doesn't make sense to care.