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I don't disagree that the latest versions are not bloated as hell and many of the older versions run faster for some simple task. But the position I am in, we get a fare amount of projects sent to us that always seem to be the latest version, so we never have much of a choice as to upgrade or not.
so if I want to take something home and work on it instead of an empty office...this option certainly seems more feasible for me, then trying to keep up with the latest version at home so i can take files back and forth.
Not to mention almost every time I upgrade, if i have the option I uninstall the old version and install the new version...now i have the old version sitting in a box somewhere.