I most certainly will, but I like to confirm that other folks are having the same issue before crying wolf and sending the engineers off on a wild goose chase. Since I've asked here about a couple of other issues I've discovered, but gotten no confirmation from anyone else that they've noticed the same problem, I have to assume that they're local issue with my system, and therefore, my problem to deal with. No sense wasting resources on things that might only be my own personal error...
I'll check in with the Premiere Pro software-engineering/quality-engineering folks, but I know that on the After Effects team we prefer that people file anything that they think is a bug, so that we can get a good sense of where problems are. Even if the problem turns out to be with your system, we can (sometimes) design and implement software that doesn't have problems in such circumstances. We might mark the bug report as "Not a bug", but the report tells us what people are encountering in the real world.
Here's a quote from one of our senior engineers:
In case you're wondering whether to file unexpected behavior as a bug, here's the bug-reporting FAQ list:
Heh, that's funny
Cool 'dat... I shall file away. I'm working on a small novella of quirkiness I've found so far; let's just hope the engineers don't blacklist me
Thanks, Todd--glad you're hanging out here.
If THEY do blacklist you, you know that you are welcome in the Lounge, and we'll set up a workstation for you there, so you can continue your good work.
I am surprised that Harm, Craig, Ann, et. al, have not tested this out on their machines. They are usually very quick to do so, to help isolate whether it's local to you. Maybe give 'em a bit.
I'll echo what Todd said -- better to file a bug, we can always close it. If we blacklist you, well, you'll never know.