I was asked the other day when I was going to start writing about 11g.
Quite frankly, I literally just got everything off 9i last weekend. The final thorn in my side of Oracle Applications was started at the close of business on Friday and lingered on to the wee hours of Saturday morning. It took about 18 months and my standard install of 10g has 23 patches applied, but finally I have a consistent environment on 10g.
And lets face it, 10g is a pretty darn good product once it's patched. The combination of 10g and the Linux 2.6 kernel is really a rock solid platform with a laundry list of features that you'll probably never need.
I'm keeping abreast of what's new in 11g and I haven't really seen anything compelling that piques my curiosity enough to even install it. Maybe my opinion will change when the calendar flips over and we have some of that mythical "free" time, but for now, I'll be sticking to 10g topics.