The last time I had to take a CAD test as part of the hiring process I got a nasty surprise. I had last used R14 and was given 2000 to do this simple little drawing. There was no ddchprop, no ddmodify, only this stupid properties window that I didn't even know how to turn on and off. I took the whole 45 minutes to do the simple drawing. I got the job, but about had a heart attack trying not to look like an idiot for the silly test. Friday I will do the same thing on 2004, having last used 2000i, and that 2 years ago (been using uStation lately). If anyone can give me a heads-up on anymore 'features' that might sneak-up on me Friday, I would be ever grateful. Meantime, I'll look at the so-informative-and-detailed comparison sales slicks on Autodesk's site.
As a lowly Drafter, I take solace in the likelyhood that, unlike my engineers and architects, my mistakes will not outlive me.