I'm reminded of the saying: If it ain't broke, then don't fix it. But, you couldn't leave well enough alone, could you? Now, VersionTracker is suffering pretty much the same syndrome that afflicted MacFixIt.
My main complaint is that new layout looks cluttered and various extraneous elements intrude on the content. The old VT was easy to use, loaded quickly, and had a clean, tidy appearance.
Also, navigation is not intuitive. For example, the previous means of switching between different iterations of the Mac OS (e.g. Classic, all 10.x, 10.6 only, 10.5 only, etc.) was simple as pie. Now, instead of clicking one button or tab, we have to go to the sidebar and click multiple times to narrow the parameters.
These issues aren't enough to drive me away completely, but I'll certainly be using it less often (and, as a consequence, using MacUpdate more often).
The new layout for versiontracker sucks big time give me the old one back. For now I will be using MacUpdate instead. Till you change back by by