Without considering the consequences (and without having read this thread), I updated my CubePro's firmware to v2.00 so that I could run a print from the CubePro software - I'd thought with simple prints that didn't need any tweaking of support material or print settings I could just use the quicker, easier option. Now my prints from S3D are garbage. Some of it seems to be underextrusion - I get gaps in my perimeters, "solid" layers aren't entirely solid. Angled overhang sections are particularly bad - mangled, awful looking. And it seems there is no way to roll back a firmware update.
Anyone had any luck actually getting an older firmware to install (I have a copy of v1.10), or encountered these problems on the new firmware and managed to fix them?