not wrong but...
you're not wrong, but the default experience is still critically important. All new users, and I suspect even a very large proportion of existing users who upgrade, will judge ubuntu on what it chooses to present to them, and why shouldn't they?
This doesn't affect me so much since my main experience of ubuntu is via ssh terminal ;)
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