If you're offering 7.2, please make sure 7.1 is also available. As I said, a lot of existing site software that is happy on 7.1 is going to be spewing warnings and errors with 7.2 because that version is (supposedly) much stricter. Eventually all site software needs to be migrated or updated to PHP 7.2 support, but give us a transition period where we can fall back to 7.1 (and even to 5.6 in severe cases) while we update our software. Directory-by-directory ability to set the PHP level would be good, too. For example, if my shop (osCommerce) is 7.1-ready but my forum (SMF) is only 5.6 or 7.0-ready, it would be good to be able to run the different applications at different PHP levels until they're all brought up to date. While SMF is running production at, say, 5.6, I can have a test copy running at 7.2 and make fixes there. When done, I can switch production SMF to 7.2 while I do something similar for upgrading osCommerce.
And, as I've requested before, pointers to a syntax-checking tool for PHP 7.x versions would be most useful -- we could get a head-start on upgrading while still running at 5.6. Does LP have such a tool installed, or can you recommend a third-party tool?