honestman - 3:17 pm on Jul 9, 2010 (gmt 0)
Seen this happen before thanks to all the CSS nuts pushing everyone to upgrade.
Bottom line, if it ain't broke, don't fix it.
This has been my experience, but it runs counter to all my training and instincts having been in software/web development for many years.
I think that it is good that there is consistency on Google's side, but one should not be afraid to make substantial upgrades as the technology improves for web development (often exponentially since the early 90's.) This really puts web developers in a tough bind. To take a chance to improve user experience or not?