The best new feature is the ability to draw diagrams of your VI environment, like the one here:
To get some diagram goodness, you need to have vCenter, VI Toolkit 1.5, the latest PowerGUI and PowerPack, and Visio 2007. Once you’ve got all that in order you can create some great diagrams of your virtual environment. I saw a demo of this stuff at VMworld Europe courtesy of Scott Herold and it was really amazing. Note that to generate reports you need to select either a cluster or a datacenter within PowerGUI.
I also wanted to say that Kirk, Scott and all the others at Quest that they’re doing a wonderful job and I’m really looking forward to seeing all this stuff come together when the Virtualization EcoShell launches later this month.