Root access is fine if you're a developer and like to tinker with devices however the vast majority of users don't need root since UI's are cleaner than previous versions. Add in the negative effects, losing updates, knox security, warranty, secure folders, pay and health options not to mention users ending up with a brick when attempting to install custom roms. Don't get me wrong, I'm not opposed to a valuable, well thought out custom setup but consider the drawbacks before you impead your device’s inherent functionality.I agree, this is why I traded in two rooted Samsung phones. Not being able to fully update without loosing the unlock killed it for me. Thankfully I didn't loose all that much cash with the trade ins. I'm perfectly fine with my unrooted S21 Ultra and ADB. I won't root again unless it's a Pixel.