If the promises in the preview books made it into the Players Handbook, this is the least pigeon holed DnD edition ever. As characters can take class features from other classes. So you can have the fighter who can pick locks, or the cleric who can specialise in Katana. I always liked WFRP for its flexibility, and I really hope when DnD 4E is released the promises are kept up and it gets more flexibility.
XorA writes "Well it isn't only the USA that has voting computer disasters I woke this morning expecting to here who the new government is but instead got the news that counting has suspended. The worse thing is it was public knowledge these machines didn't work for weeks before the vote. So why didn't they abandon the scheme and do a traditional count?"