From Publish comes an article called Content management ready to explode (picked up as well, naturally, by Evhead). The article rings true to me, and what’s more, no one currently in the field has a lock on things. When you need a techie priesthood to run a CMS on a day-to-day basis, the CMS is pretty much beside the point – you haven’t addressed the key issue. To me, the most important issue is to overcome the workflow and work volume issues by placing publishing responsibility as close as possible to the person who is writing the original text. That person mustn’t have to be shadowed by a CMS tech at each step, either.