I know the question sounds provocative, but it really isn't. I'm lately finding MySQL limiting in a lot of areas and liking PostgreSQL more and more. It scales a lot better and it respects the SQL standards a lot more than MySQL.
I'm still new to the PostgreSQL world though and since I'm willing to move away from MySQL for all my future projects, what I want to know is: is there any particular feature of MySQL that it is done better (as in more high-performing or more user friendly, etc..) than in PostgreSQL?
I'm wondering what I'm going to miss from MySQL. I already found that the AUTO_INCREMENT fields in MySQL are more handy than SEQUENCES in PostgreSQL and the deployment in Windows was problematic in the past (not a problem anymore. Never a problem for me).