If you want to continue using ASP, then you shouldn't update to new versions of our extensions. Unfortunataly it is as simple as that.
We will continue to fix bugs associated with those extensions by releasing dot releases to the old versions when necessary. The new functionality we add for the new versions is PHP specific, so if you aren't changing platforms there is no reason to update.
We made the announcement 8 months ago, but our products are just starting to show the results... versions that don't support ASP and Coldfusion. Unfortunately, I imagine we will have to revisit it with each new version of any product we release moving forward.
If we could have our cake and eat it too, we would continue to support ASP and Coldfusion, but we are releasing with features that simply aren't available in those languages and part of the point of making the change is to stop tripling our QA effort. To continue to support those languages would defeat the purpose. I know you want to move forward with new technology as we release it, but unfortunatly moving forward with new technology and sticking with Classic ASP is an oxy-moron that we simply can't accomodate. (no matter how much we want to).