My opinion is purely subjective. This point of view.
I find that final part of this software who do not know what to do to release new versions, so that at each output, the only novelties are more of a gimmick than anything else, without improving the program's basic software, which is writing.
Among the new features, there are some who do what they could do already without problems, which ultimately will accomplish nothing more than to change his habits.
What about the bulky Garritan, which gives a "nice" to his reading, not so much nicer than my soundfonts and interpretation of all these protocols of reading?
All this only contributes to usine_à_gazification an excellent program that was already full 8 years ago and could run without problem on a first-generation Pentium.
It is certain that the news may be interesting for those using the final for purposes other than just writing, but not using it myself just for this purpose, the rotating also under Linux via Wine, new versions of this program does not excites me, not to mention backwards compatibility problems that causes.
I am also very disappointed by the new selection tool. I much prefer the former which selected measures of a full click while there, to have a measure or a measuring assembly as a whole, we can not make an approximation, otherwise we might have some surprises when copy-pasting. This tool could be handy, but coupled with mass selection tool.