I hope the products they acquired when they bought Macromedia be improved in CS4. Although it's quite obvious that the changes they made in CS3 for those products was more on integration to the CS suite, they could have done some improvement that could have made those products more worthwhile as part of CS3.
Take for example Dreamweaver, the bugs and certain "bad" behaviour still existed:
- Cancelling a file transfer thru ftp in Dreamweaver causes it to terminate.
- Another is just letting Dreamweaver sit still (or doing some LITE work) somethings it'll popup a message saying it's low on resources (and start missing some icons on its UI).
- Then there's the CPU usage during ftp transfers. 100%? It may just be an added feature, but why use algorithm (just guessing) that causes such horrendeous use of resources? I have done a lot of software development for the Windows platform and let me tell you Microsoft already has guides (including codes), all FREE, that shows how to transfer files efficiently. No, it's not a problem of Windows since other FTP apps I have (CuteFTP, FileZilla) barely taxes the CPU when transfering files.
Fix those and other bugs/problems in CS4 instead of adding more BLOAT.