Given we should all know how hard our devices are to root, flash and the incompatibilities of roms between versions etc, a reason I haven't done anything yet and still on stock it should be common knowledge that if you update you may not be able to go back to the older rom or worse brick and render your device totally unusable.
I know some people are eager to try the latest, but I don't see the point in potentially risking your device just to do it especially if you don't know about roms, flashing and other things, which allot of those trying would be very new and unskilled in this area. If you have a device you can write off to learn or a open device like a nexus which is a lot safer (even then upgrades are usually non backwards compatible as fastboot and bootloaders even get updated) then yeah sure go ahead but one must remember that doing things like this is high risk for devices like ours and a problem could end up costing a new phone / device and one should be prepared for that scenario without getting upset.
I just find it strange soo many on this forum jumped in to a beta development version while crying because it wasn't available for their device and then flashing other models roms.
Also all the people trying to force xposed to run, as it seems they might feel that without it there phone is unusable and worthless to them, there is a good chance it won't work without a lot of work or modification to system files, especially with certain modules as you can see reading some of the posts in this forum.
While I agree with learning and tinkering overall, be safe and smart with roms, flashing, xposed etc don't risk your device unless you know what you are doing just to have the latest beta or development version, which these words mean that the rom has a few bugs mby a couple major ones also and isn't ready for mainstream public usage or those trying to use xposed just to have a transparent status bar etc which isn't worth the risk and modifications to the system for a few minor ui tweaks.
Also I mentioned earlier about kinda advert notifications here is Huawei pushing out one for their Cloud app reminding you to use their online storage. Pressing on the notification opens the cloud app.
As mentioned I don't have too much of an issue and happens occasionally not all the time, the update app for example has updated the inbuilt apps like file browser music player etc you can't do otherwise, and only once had a huawei vmall shop notification advert and a couple others for other preloaded apps you could remove so not really fussed just showing what is sent thats all.