Software that uses GDAL will be updated (or not) in the coming weeks:
GDAL 1.9 and 1.10 can happily live side-by-side, so there is no need to worry about choosing one or the other.
Important security update: Postgres 9.2.4. I probably won't be updating Postgres 9.1 for the security update (the problem affects all 9.x versions of Postgres), so I suggest upgrading to 9.2.4.
Another developer update - GEOS 3.3.3-2. This fixes the version number in the framework metadata that would cause configuration of QGIS to fail. This has no affect on running any existing software. Because of changes occurring in my release system, this update is not included in the GDAL Complete package, it's only in the standalone GEOS installer package.
GDAL 1.10 is a beta version, use at your own risk. There is no GDAL Complete 1.10 for now, nor are there format plugins yet. It requires the new SQLite 3.7.16, which includes Spatialite 4.0. Both should be installed on top on GDAL Complete 1.9. Don't worry, GDAL 1.9 and SQLite 3.7.14 (with Spatialite 3.0) will be left alone so other software will continue to work, though Python and the GDAL tools will now use GDAL 1.10.
Finally updated to Postgres 9.2.3. And PostGIS and pgRouting have been rebuilt for the new Postgres.
This is a major upgrade, so make sure to read the included upgrade readme.