Google Maps Platform. This is not something new but rather a consolidation of their 18 APIs into 3 categories - maps, routes, and places. Perhaps the most worrisome aspect is the fact that they have merged their standard (free) and premium plans into one. How exactly? Users will get a $200 credit for free applied towards API usage. They claim that 98% of current users will not be affected and continue using the service for free. However, in their announcement post it is stated that billing must be set up before the credit can be awarded. This is nerve-wracking. No one wants to attach a credit card to a Google service they expect for free.
Add Media button not working, I've dealt with my fair share of broken functionality. The "CONCATENATE_SCRIPTS" fix as described in the article is a great temporary solution. However, since this forces the scripts to load separately, website performance and speed will suffer. You'll need to do some troubleshooting to permanently solve the problem.
within the green. Sure, Google can and will generate meta descriptions for your pages from the content on them. However, if you have a page which can't really be tailored for SEO, You might see that page indexed with garbled code. Pages for content such as galleries, portfolios, and reviews tend to have snippets of information here and there. Google has no way of telling what the most important piece of content is.