Apple Mac OS X Snow Leopard
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"Web browsing feels a bit peppier"
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That's probably due to the change in how DNS servers are handled. By default before, it would go to the first DNS server in your Network settings. Now it accepts the first response from the DNS servers you list.
Otherwise, no issues/problems with either 'client' or Server updates.