I hope it will become more user friendly, the flash adverts everywhere are a nightmare.
I have used myspace for a few months now - its an invaluable free tool for my music promotion company, but I still have no idea how to use it properly. While I have a personal profile on Facebook, and use it from time-to-time to see what my actual real-life friends are up to, many of them are currently travelling and its nice to stay up-to-date I have always avoided Myspace because it is overwhelmingly for kids and teens, like social-networking for babies, for people who have never experienced seperation from friends or ever made good friends with people they met while travelling.
While I'm pleased myspace exists because of the benefits to my business, I don't feel it will ever lose the 'stigma' of being a site largely for teens. Hopefully the changes will make the site easier to use, and hopefully I will be able to use it without some hideous music blasting out (enable/disable autoplay switch on your account for other profiles would be a good feature) and due to differing layouts and styles spending more time looking for the stop button than anything meaningful.
Oh and on top of all that, since I put my status to single I get flash adverts from match.com everwhere with a video of a girl that looks so similar to my ex the first time I saw it I thought it was her, now that's a kick in the teeth!.
Paris - because I bet she can work myspace better than I ever will.