On the first two, I'm afraid, you are probably out of luck. Selection behaviors were totally revamped in CS5. This may be the root of problem three as well -- if you've selected an object behind another it no longer loses focus.
The Bullseye is called the Content Grabber and can be turned off inthe View menu.
I don't recall ever needing the Option key in the mix to do the scaling, but enough people here have reported using it in older versions that I think it was just not recognized as a different shortcut. Stop pressing it and you'll get the behavior you want.
Thank you Peter. The selection behaviors are going to be a time "loser" for me but that's the way the ball bounces. Turned off the Content Grabber and the Option key I'll just have to get used to not using.
Once you get used to them, the new selection behaviors may save you some time, but that will depend on your work. Do you know you can toggle to the Dreict Select tool by pressing A? You don't need to double-click to adjust the wrap.
Yes, but it just takes time. Change is usually forced on us in life, that's
why we typically resist it. Thanks again.