I haven't had any problems with the new format, so I'd say it's great so far. I don't post much but when I did that seemed to be easier on the new system. Quoting text for replies seems much simpler as well.
only occasional issues:
Photo I have copied from an article to transfer is too large
Only 10 images can be posted to one post, so article must be split up
Magazine length articles (Revolver, Zero Hedge, Federalist) must be split into different posts.
There is also some symbol that I might post that seems to call up the stock emogi list
Once in a while, something will post with random strike throughs
I really like the new software. It has a lot of really good features, and it is fast. I only have one concern.
Reaction scores. I can't find what this really means. We "think" it is attached to the "like" function.
The problem I have is that if I give a thumbs down on a post, it is generally for the content. That content is generally not from the poster, but from the information source. But it appears that the thumb down will have a negative, yet undefined impact on the users reaction score. I don't want to give a negative to the user, but to the content.
It would really be nice if we knew what these functions really did.