Unless VMware really deviates from past practice and decides that stability isn't all the worthwhile, that won't be added to 6.x as it is a new feature.
New features end up in new releases as they need time to stabilize and tested in a broad environment before getting in the mainline product.
That's also why there is a public beta, so that people can try it out AFTER it already passed VMware Q&A so as to catch any unforeseen problems.
The beta's tend to be very stable too, but of course there is a higher risk that things go wrong.
Sometimes they do, but it is very rare for it to be catastrophic. If that's worthwhile for you, only you can tell. VMware actively recommends against running the beta on production machines, yet I have done that many times without regrets.
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What a bummer. A very useful, but simple solution and it's only available in the "Pro" version. Only pro users need to save battery when not plugged-in?
It's getting really hard to decide whether Parallels or VMware is the most douchiest.
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Sorry, it appears there is a mistake on the comparison page between Fusion 7 and Fusion 7 Pro. We'll try to fix it as soon as possible.
Automatic graphics switching and discrete GPU selection is available in all editions of Fusion 7.
And I bought 6 on 7/14/2014.