Has anyone tried this out yet? The new version has allot of cool new features (and some old features revamped).
One thing I love is the new GDDB database of games and settings. This will really help out new users coming to the platform.
I have also noticed improved performance in Steam based games like Day of Defeat Source and Counter Strike Source as well as FarCry now works for me, and Diablo 2 doesn't complain about the Play CD anymore (Copy protection appears to now work correctly.)
If you have the extra $5 a month to spare for gaming on Linux, I would highly recommend Cedega. I have been using it for better than a year and have seen vast improvements in that time; makes me glad to see my $5 being well spent...