Today I did nothing but try Subversion out. Thanks to the free SVN server provided by OSSF. I've hosted two of my CPAN contributions to that server. I also appreciate TortoiseSVN, which is a very handy SVN client on Win32. Centralized version control seems quite sufficient to me. However, I still have an eager to take a look at the famous SVK. Unfortunately I don't seem to have enough time to try SVK tonight.
Geoff Broadwell said in O'Reilly's weblog that, "If you're not already using a version control system, shame on you." Happily I can announce at this moment that I'm already using such a system for my software development. Whee!