We'll respond shortly.
A few people have had problems with a change to named scope in Rails 2.3.3. The gist of the change is that if you chain named scopes, one of which uses a lambda that executes queries with the same model class, those queries are evaluated with the scope built up by the chain, not the default scope of the model.
with_exclusive_scope may get around this, but could lose the default scope (or break things like
Rails 2.3.3 + Passenger fails with certain system configurations. Rails 2.3.3 does not bundle Rack, although 2.3.2 did. This may also be the cause of Mongrel failures someone noticed with script/server.