One major issue which I have is with file compression. There is a fine line between resolution and bandwidth consumption and I normally like to dictate the level of compression by individual image through photoshop. With TW2, compression is uniform across the whole project and it is not possible to adjust this for individual photos as opposed to TW1 which allowed for this user control. If I reduce a file size to 200 kb in photoshop, it will be rendered at over 400 kb by TW2 during publishing and it seems to matter little, if I use the high or low setting. This is counter productive as you end up with a large file size but an image which has gone through two compression treatements with the consequent degradation.
Apparently this happens during the encription process from jpeg to jpe format. It was not an issue with TW1.3 whether encription was selected or not. If there is no work around for this it would be better to eliminate the encription altogether and just allow for direct input of photoshop images before or after publishing. Ultimately, compression is a good idea but it has to work well and there has to be room for user input. High, Low and "random" is not enough.
I really like the overall product. I have paid for the upgrade and have a number of partially completed projects in progress but I will not be publishing until this issue is resolved so I hope it will happen soon.