Aye, and here's one more!
Printing: While using the LiveCD, I didn't get anything to print. My printer (Epson Stylus S20) was correctly detected, looked just like in Helena with all the applets and notifications and such-and-such, communication seemed to work, judging by the power-indication light switching from solid to blinking - but that's as fun as it got. I haven't tried this in the now installed RC (adventurous li'l SOB, me!), but I thought I'd mention it all the same.
Repositories: This might be old hat, but I would really appreciate it if there was a way to change what Ubuntu-mirror we download from. I happen to be on Iceland (at the moment), and as it happens, my very school runs an Ubuntu-mirror - which is accessible through Ubuntu (any version), but not through Isadora. Meaning I'd have to know my local mirror pretty well. Which I do, so it's adjusted now and no longer a problem. I'm not sure how big of a tweak this would be, but I covet this with ire.
(Iceland's approach to Internet is to have basically unlimited downloads from icelandic servers (usually 200~700+ kb/s for me) and limited downloads from international servers (up to 430 kb/s, depending on all sorts of things - 40 Gb/month on this line). Since this is a shared connection... You do the math.)
[Edit] By the way, I also noted my laptop seems to run A LOOOOT cooler with this release - or, at least, my fan doesn't come alive as soon, or as mightily, and the temp-applets never seem to go above 60 C. Whether this is good or bad, I don't know (but so far, I LIKE
- much easier to listen to Shostakovich with these pitiful laptop-speakers without the fans running full-tilt; the Toshiba-fan issue) - I did get a surprise reboot as I was applying... uh, several packages
to get back to the setup I had in Helena, but I wasn't there to see what the reason was.
Oh, and the battery-applet! I guess this is an upstream-thing, but I would much approve of having a percentage-readout from the indicator-applet instead of/as well as the time remaining. I prefer to let my battery drain a little farther than 10%, thank you very much.