Neal & I answered nearly at the same time. My initial answer didn't reference the link to the new 1.6.1 RC for jQuery. However, I felt that @Neal's answer didn't fully clarify that in that link it mentioned that 1.5.2 users (what @Andrey was using) could go straight to 1.6.1 RC and avoid 1.6 and not have to change their code.
I believe I was adding a second option in my answer to @Andrey's question and did it since I didn't think @Neal's answer was clear enough.
@Neal called me on it as his position is that I should have added a comment instead of adding to my answer using his reference. :-) You can see the comment exchange for his & my position.
I must admit I have been thinking about this for the past few days. Who's right?
Should I have added a comment clarifying going straight to 1.6.1 RC on @Neal's answer or was I within the valid range of answer etiquette?
I have read: