I'm just guns blazing in Photoshop CS6 and enjoying every feature of it, but I have this on issue that I think Adobe has overlooked.
In previous Photoshop when you create a shape and open the "Blending Options" window your shape would look like this (if you have the "shape" deselected in the layers palette.
But now in Photoshop CS6 I don't have the option to do so, I'm stuck with this shape bounding border, and it's a real pain when doing website mockups or other things for that matter.
As you can see above if I wanted to add a 1 pixel inner shadow to work as a highlight, I can't see a proper preview of it. Unless I hit ok and deselect the shape.
I hope anything of this makes sense. I checked the prefererence, but couldn't find anything. How can I report this to Adobe, so they can fix it for their next patch.
Update to the latest Photoshop release, 13.0.1, by choosing Help - Updates in Photoshop.
Once you're running 13.0.1, the Path associated with the shape will only show if you have on of the Path tools selected in the Tools Panel. It will be automatically hidden if you choose a tool not in that set, such as the Zoom Tool or the Move Tool.