I let a good 6 months pass since 2.0 was released, and now I'm looking at my upgrade path. I can tell that the prospect of upgrading is highly unappealing. It just doesn't seem that there is something there. I remember upgrading from vBulletin 1 to 2, it was massive. Private messages, polls, custom avatars (could you believe you were not able to upload your own?) Then from vBulletin 2 to 3, again, massive, wysiwyg editor, plugin system, inline moderation. Very appealing community features that I could use right away. XenForo was very refreshing coming from the train wreck that were vb4 and let's not talk about anything after that. Finally, a good product and a solid platform to build on top of. Now ... XF2? I'd have to say, it's very, very, very, very boring. They took some of the good add-ons like navigations and widgets and made them built-in. Which is cool, but we already had a very solid implementation of them. The new 'platform' is a liability, my add-ons will break, I need to redo/repurchase all of them, and on top of that I need to learn a few new paradigms. Who cares if it's better, the point is that it's new, and will require time. Zero value to the community. I don't get anything that I don't already have. Zero value to me as an admin. Just tons of work. ... and don't get me started with the add-ons that plainly do not exist, credits, shop, blogs, to name a few I find myself looking around. That IPB thing that I have a license for and have never used is starting to look attractive. Or maybe I'll just stick to XF1.5 for another year. I just sincerely hope that the XenForo devs are not working on another rewrite to XF3.0 with whatever the new cool framework is. As it stands right now, the new version seems to have shipped with zero flagship or killer features.