A lot of people complain about the majority of Android devices for not getting software updates regularly. A lot of people praise Nexus devices over devices from other brands because their consistent, prompt software updates. However, when you consider all of the issues that many people complain about after having installed a new version of the operating system that the device probably wasn't even designed to run optimally for (as opposed to a brand new device which gets preloaded with latest software version), rarely ever offers any "ground breaking" innovations from the last version, and may leave you with a number of existing applications on your device which are now incompatible and rendered useless until an update rolls out for each individual incompatible app... How important is it then to always have the latest updates IF there was nothing wrong with the previous version? Do we update just for the sake of updating without actually considering whether we actually NEED that update in our day to day usage? Are we spoiled with our incessant need to possess the latest and greatest of everything, no matter what it is or how usefully it actually is?