No problems to report, just one more data point… Updated to 903 (+904 on a macOS remote) a few hours ago, and experienced no problems whatsoever. My various endpoints & DACs were all still available, and I streamed an album from TIDAL afterwards without issue. Recently added, recently played, and recent listening info were all intact.
System: Nucleus (Rev B) with a USB DAC directly connected, two microRendu endpoints with their respective USB DACs, plus five Sonos zones connected via Wi-Fi streaming (vs. SonosNet).
Remotes: MacBook Pro (macOS 11.6.3), plus an iPhone XR and an iPad Air 2 (iOS 15.2.1).
Admittedly, I waited about 24 hours to update my system after reading some of the initial reports early-on.
Seem to be having the occasional crashes on Windows 11. Scrolling seems a bit messed up an nowhere near as smooth as the past version, it seems to jitter up and down erratically rather than being smooth.
Very minor issue.
Core MacMini M1, 8GB, Monterey.
I have the Mac in standbye during the night.
I wake up the Mac every morning and until 903 everything started fine.
Now with 903 I have no audio devices on ipad and my iphone right after the start.
When I conect via VNC viewer on my ipad to my Mac, I can see the audio devices in the Roon app on my Mac, without doing anything, and can start playing music. From this moment the ipad and the iphone also see the audio devices (without any restart, reconnect or anything). Weird.
My Roon just updated itself this morning and I immediately had several crashes while searching on MacOS (used as remote to a ROCK core). Seems to be running now, just reporting back in case it’s something which needs attention.
It’s also funny… I now see that the scrolling is smoother on iPhone 12 and old iPad, but I can’t say the way it was bugged me before. I think other people have more serious scrolling issues than I did, but maybe I just don’t notice / pay attention enough. Anyways, I can see that it is smoother now!