I just received my 2011 Handbook, so for those still waiting, I assume this means they are now available everywhere. The change I was asking about above appears to be mostly just the Table numbering and some 60C and 90C ampacity changes. It looks like they have reduced ampacity for some copper conductors at 60C by 5 Amps, but increased some other aluminum conductors by the same amount.
So Mike Holt put in the name change thing. 310.16 was pretty easy to remember and has been the same for the last 30 years. It was Table 310.12 in my 1971 Code. So now we have 310.15(B)(16) that is much more difficult to remember and say and write. I wonder when does usability become more important than the Style manual?