I dont understand why older versions of scriptable render pipelines and post-processing are being shipped with 2018.1f2 and are utilised when creating templates. Specifically I am talking about 1.1.2 versions of the SRP packages, and 2.0.3 of post-processing, which 2018.1 comes with. Even though 1.1.5 and for post-procesing 2.0.5 are available to download for this Unity version using the Package Manager UI. The issue came up in the following post but unfortunately since the 2018.1 beta forum was locked very shortly thereafter, I didnt get a chance to make my point more explicitly there: #8 I quite understand the point made there that certain versions of pipelines wont be compatible with certain versions of Unity and so versions of pipelines etc may lag behind in certain unity version templates, but I dont really understand if 1.1.2 has shipped with 2018.1 for a good reason of compatibility or not? To an outsider it just seems like there is no good reason these were not updated to 1.1.5 inside the 2018.1 release & templates that just shipped? Just to be completely clear: I am talking about the compressed versions of these packages that come with each version of the unity editor and are used by templates when creating new projects. Whilst I am on this topic, I may as well mention that I find the changelog files and tags on github a tiny bit confusing of late too, because for example the HD changelog mentions [2018.1.0f2] which is nice and obvious in terms of Unity version but how do I match such info up the HD package version numbers like 1.1.5 that we have been used to? Or to put it a different way, if I look at github releases/tags, there was a 2018.1.0f2 version and then 1.1.5-preview a few days later, but the release notes dont talk about 1.1.5 and 2018.1.0f2 version of unity didnt actually come with 2018.1.0f2 pipeline release!?!?!