This statement brings up the question of what constitutes a "new" extension. For a Super Suite user such as myself, I've found the experience of installing extensions to be a bit confusing, for the same reason as cited above. It's simply not intuitive to a web developer to think s/he should overwrite a newer file from another extension that already exists on the system. So I would politely suggest that you not just reply that there's often not a problem with the extension at all -- this user is talking about the experience and offering some well-placed suggestions -- and I daresay you must know this already. That's as negative as I am going to get. I am currently waiting for something to happen with a support ticket that has "been opened" for me regarding an earlier problem/post. I'm still trying to get my own copy of CSS Sculptor 2 to work, and I have looked through the forums and tried every suggestion I could find. I was hoping an upgrade might do the trick, but I'm becoming less confident.
So, my practical reason for writing right here in this post is not just to offer that piece of friendly feedback, but also, to really, honestly ask what "new" means. Said another way, is there an ideal order in which a Super Suite's worth of extensions should be installed? Or can I just install them all in any order, and just say "yes to all" when it asks if I want to overwrite files? If there is an ideal order to things, it would be very good to know.