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DW is extremely good at editing all of those things. However, if your site is cast into a CMS enviroment, your access to such things may be a little complicated by that environment.
We don't have a CMS really, although there are different applications for building functionality from the Websphere environ on the backend. It's a very powerful platform, but we do end up doing having to do our tasks "dual". For example, just changing out a link means we have to do it in the php but also on the backend in Websphere, which doubles the work to do a simple task like changing a link. However, I'm going through the Dreamweaver help files and it appears that it would definitely be helpful in managing the assets, especially. Our biggest issue is going to be seeing if a file is already open and being edited by another person at the same time. This has been an issue.
Thanks for your feedback, Murray!
DW has rudimentary version control built in - called Check In / Check Out. That might also come in handy.