Having 11 working installs of Precise on 8 different machines can lead to memory lapses now and again. I am an experimenter and like to push hardware to the limits, but, if I forget what machine I had conducted an experiment on and then proceeded to file a bug report based on an erroneous assumption then that doesn't do anyone any good.
I have always preached to others about focusing on just a few fundamental aspects of a platform and then work on those and I should practice what I preach. However, working on Ubuntu Precise (and previous betas) is a real riot!! However, this new Precise alpha should be taken a little more seriously as it will eventually become an LTS release and I think most of us here (and the devs) want this to be a shining beacon for FOSS and for the open internet.
So at this stage of the game I am going to cut back a bit in some areas (and that will be with 64bit testing) Honestly, the hardware I have is regressed with 64bit kernel and it consumes too much time to troubleshoot those problems. Of course if I perchance come across a more Precise friendly 64bit platform then I will continue to proceed with 64bit testings of precise.
Thanks for listening.