Anyone else having this problem or am I the lucky one?
I noticed this also. I just right click the item and "Make a Private Copy" then delete the public one.
Thanks for your help with this Joe.
The problem with the provisioning templates is that once they are in public as a group of three of them they would need to be unincluded from each other in order to be moved to private.
When a template is private it can include (or be included by) other templates that are privately owned by the same user or any public templates. When they are public they need to be only associated with templates that are public. When you try to go from private to public it is able to individually move each on in the correct order so you don't have any included packages that have a more strict ownership set than the others.
The other direction (public to private) this is not true. If you separate the templates (remove includes) then you can individually move them back and then reinclude them into each other.