Planning scrum versus classic

I've been using Classic view for sprint planning and tracking, and I'm quite happy with it.

Now it appears to be deprecated in favour of scrum, which seems much less flexible and much less finished. When I create an issue, for example, I can still define a fix version, which is supported in the classic view, but I can't assign it to a sprint.

What am I missing? What is the recommended way to plan a project?

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I really liked the webinar - it shows you an end to end example of rapid board processscrum planning

(after seeing it I actually moved over to Kanban)

"GreenHopper 6 Launch Webinar " http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-_qCly1vog

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