It would be nice to be able to select which version of Photoshop is opened in Lightroom Classic when I select "Edit in Photoshop 2023..." or open as layers etc.. This is actually much needed when Beta or multiple versions are installed because LRC will auto select something and looks like the Beta is then preferred because it has higher version number. It can also actually become a problem with the beta version numbers as they may overlap, it came a problem for me when Lightroom didn't want to open anything else and when I uninstalled Beta, then LRC didn't see Photoshop anymore and the edit in photoshop selection was grayed out even I had the latest 24.0.0 installed and operational. and the only way to remedy from that situation was to install Beta back. Well, I later learned that this probably was the Beta that messed up the opening system because it looked like the Beta was not actually closing when exiting the application but it was still there in the process list in taskbar, so when I learnt that I have to kill the process first and start clean with the tools with Beta uninstalled, then things suddenly started to work again, at least for now. But now I don't want to reinstall Beta because it looks like it would perhaps create problems again, or maybe it was just a bug that is still there but I somehow luckily managed to get out of the situation. Well, anyway, the current workflow is a bit uneasing and I would see that one solution would be to let users select the version to open, perhaps like it can be done in Bridge. Well, if that is too much for the generic audience, then I suggest you add some sort of if clause there to prevent LRC from starting Beta at all and fall back to whatver is the highest available production version, and start Beta only if it is the only version of PS. Of course the best option would be if the version could be selected from settings, like "Latest Relased version" or "Open a specific version (advanced users only)".