FYI: I've done some restructuring of the LookAndFeel class, as I wanted to add a new L+F style, and to keep things sane it required a bit of cleaning up.
What I've done is to turn LookAndFeel into an abstract base class, and to break its abstract methods out into a set of child classes of the relevant components. The actual list of methods that it contains hasn't changed, they've just been made pure-virtual.
So now, rather than creating an instance of LookAndFeel or OldSchoolLookAndFeel, the available concrete classes are called LookAndFeel_V1, LookAndFeel_V2 and LookAndFeel_V3.
LookAndFeel_V1 replaces OldSchoolLookAndFeel, LookAndFeel_V2 replaces the current LookAndFeel, and LookAndFeel_V3 is a new style, taken from the Introjucer.
TL;DR: If you've used instances of the LookAndFeel class in your code, you probably just need to replace them with "LookAndFeel_V2" and everything should work like it did before. Likewise if you've got any custom look and feels inherited from LookAndFeel, you probably want to make them inherit from LookAndFeel_V2 instead.