Wanted to hear if anyone else is waiting until at least the first service pack before moving to Lion. Especially if you are on a pre-2010 Mac Pro (I have 2008 3,1). Based on experience, when is the best time to jump. After SP1, or maybe even the second service pack? Seems to me some of the useful Lion features need the apps to incorporate them, else it's not going to work. I am particularly worried about permission errors in a networked environment using OSX Server. Also, the new document version control features, won't the apps need to incorporate this, since Apple is (rightly) trying to kill the "Save As" train in a networked environment? We upgraded to Snow Leopard very quickly, but there is a lot more going on with Lion and workflows, and the chance for disaster much more likely. Maybe this is just personal bias, but I view us peeps on the Pro line as likely having more complex setups and interacting with many different systems, and thus the likelihood for error is increased. So that's why I'm asking here, instead of the general OSX forum.