Confirmed. Even I by myself tend to check back an older version fro time to time, and often I like an older version much more and then I can just open the project which I saved along with the pre-export file.
But that topic is a more deeper one IMHO.
A complex mix, lets say 200 Tracks… hundrets of plugins, fx-routing etc… then you start to fine-tune the stuff, using truckloads of automation… but tweaking plugins as well. Later you realize that the 3 days ago version is sounding way better settings-wise, but you would like to keep 80% of the automation work, even if that needs to be adjusted again, but automation-nodes are there and a lot of the creative automation is already implemented.
If you just go back to the old version you will loose just 3 days of work.
If you try to transfer old settings in the new project you have A LOT to do, saving zillions of presets, having to deal with the fact that you maybe have changed routing and stuff so loaded channels will not fit anymore…
Nuendo needs generally a better handling of mix-data. For example the possibility to extract settings from a closed project, closing the current one - to open the other, saving a preset, reopening the current one can use 20 min without a problem when the project is big enough. In addition you loose undo history and maybe after all you realize that you just forgot to export another track as well… That is really booring.
Not as booring as the fact that 5.5 is not usable because of those stripy-overlapping-look, lanes and events-on-top, but maybe one day this will be fixed (I pray!!) - and THEN maybe those mixing data things could be adressed, instead of wasting time for changing everything what we love again…