Apache 2.X Ready for Prime Time?


As I set up my new server, I had thought to use Apache 2.X. I've been a long time Apache 1.3.X user, but figured as long as I was going to load up a bunch of software, I might as well get into the new millennium. I've set it up with the built-in SSL (here's an important mod_ssl hint for Linux) and WebDAV support and compiled in mod_perl. Everything works like a charm. I even set up cronolog to rotate the logs. I'v seen some warnings on the net about Apache 2.X not being ready for prime time, but they're over a year old. Anyone know what the consensus is now?