Mac OS X 10.8 seems to be a more incremental update than 10.7. It is still a good idea to check compatibility for your production software before upgrading.
Complete product compatibility list from basICColor:
Unofficial compatibility list form Roaring Apps:
Datacolor reports no known issues with their software and OS X 10.8 as long as you use the most recent installers. However, they note that you must set the Gatekeeper security feature to “Medium” to be able to install their applications:
Datacolor notes that OS X 10.7.4 and 10.8 reintroduces a feature that was removed in 10.7.0. This is the 64-step finetuning of monitor brightness during calibration. This blog post explains how to access the feature:
Retina Display MacBook Pro
For Mac users who are curious about the new MacBook Pro with the high resolution Retina Display, Datacolor’s C. David Tobie has also published a detailed review focussing on calibrating this new display.
An updated version of the Caldera RIP version 9 can now run on Mountain Lion: