Each new patch seems to bring about its own unique bugs, and Patch 3.2.2 is no different. As of Tuesday evening there are significant lag and server stability issues plaguing Azeroth worse than that night Jaina spent with Arthas plagues her, but that should hopefully be resolved with the rolling restarts tomorrow (5:00 a.m. PDT / 8:00 a.m. EDT). The lag, not Jaina's problem. That's going to take... well, she should see a doctor.
There are currently two major issues Blizzard has announced.
The first is a series of display problems, which Blizzard recommends you do the standard deleting of the WTF, Cache, and Interface folders. Before you do that be aware that removing the folders will delete all your add-ons and add-on preferences. In my experience, you're better off deleting the Cache folder and then updating all your add-ons, or just disabling add-ons which are out of date.
More detailed instructions for Windows and MacOS X can be found in Syndri's post on the official forums.
The other issue that items which are tradable under the BoP rules are not able to be socketed. This appears to not be affecting everyone, however there is a work around in the following steps:
- Enchant the item
- Enchanting the item will remove the tradable timer, the BoP item will be bound to you and you won't be able to trade it
- Gem the item
There are other problems out there that we're getting reports of, however nothing else has been confirmed by Blizzard yet so it's all conjecture at this point. If hear anything substantial or are able to independently verify bugs ourselves, we'll let you know.