ACR & Bridge Panel artifacts

I am posting here as it might get seen by Adobe engineers. It is difficult to find a bug report link for Bridge CS6 (unless I am completely missing something).
I am running the following machine:
MacBook Pro 17" (late 2011) - highest spec model that one could purchase at the Apple store in Seattle.
Intel 2.5 Ghz. i7, 8 GB RAM, Anti-Glare screen. Upgraded with OWC Electra 480 GB SSD.
Mac OS X 10.8.2 currently installed (clean install with all updates from Apple - including the Java 6 update 5 - applied).
Disk Permissions repaired and Disk verified.
Starting with OS X Mountain Lion at 10.8.0, I noticed there are artifacts in some of the panel fields of both the Bridge preferences sheet and the ACR panels at times. This does not interfere with functionality of the programs, but is just not something I have seen in previous versions of Adobe CSx or under OS X 10.6.x through 10.7.x. I am assuming this has to do with OS X 10.8.x compatibility, but wanted to post for exposure of problem and to see if anyone else has noticed this issue.
Here are images:
As you can see, there are artifacts in some of the fields.
I have been able to reproduce this in Bridge CS6 on the Labels panel by simply going to and away from the panel after relaunching Bridge CS6. The ACR issue shows up when I select the Adjustment Brush icon to view the panel, and then some of the artifacts show in other panel fields (including the Basic panel) once they have been 'activated'? It looks to me like the artifacts are coming from other panel labeling for fields, but can't be sure.
Hopefully one of the Adobe employees or engineers will see this and report it. I had sent an email to Adobe with the Bridge labels panel image attached about a month ago, but no word back on that one.
Again, this is a clean install with the defaults all in place. Other programs are running without artifacting (Office 2011, Sketchbook Pro, Apple programs, etc.).
Thanks in advance for any help or advice.

Moved thread to Bridge forum for better responses and visibility.
@CorkyO - You could use the bug report form here: https://www.adobe.com/cfusion/mmform/index.cfm?name=wishform
For reporting bugs with Bridge, you need to use Photoshop Feedback portal here: http://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family and it will be looked into by Adobe.

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