I am confused. Was the FTP site that many quickly downloaded ACR 3.2 from before it went away, a beta version or could Adobe still be tweeking it before wide release? I am using 3.2 now on my Mac and it seems to work just fine. Also, I found that if you go to the drop down arrow next to settings and uncheck the "Use Auto Adjustments", the image appears exactly the same when you first open it as it appears in Capture 4.3.1. Without this, if you open the same image in both appliations, the default in ACR is to have Adobe's Auto Adjustments in play which gives you a much lighter or more overexposed appearing image. If you like the image as Capture gives it to you right out of the camera, you can now have it with ACR 3.2 by just unchecking this setting. I kind of like the way it opens with the auto adjustments for most images in ACR 3.2, but mostly, it is now very nice to have full use of ACR and PSCS2 with my out of camera D2x raw images instead of having to go through Capture to get there first. I wonder how this will affect Capture sales for the future, and if it does, will Nikon scale back in it's development of software to focus more on the hardware side. It has to have been a tremendous drain to supply tech support for Capture, especially all the complaints over the years. I guess time will tell. I know they must always have something for the many who do not care to invest in PS or others but I believe for D2x or most DSLR owners, that will be a small number of users. If one invests $5000 for a body or anything over a thousand for a body and much more for lenses, PS seems a small investment comaritively speaking. Not to forget Bibble and Qimage and others.