I agree with you completely @Raymay . Quality control on the updates has become poor. It was not this way in the past. Problems are becoming more and more common.
Intuit's system to report a problem and get Intuit to actually acknowledge the problem exists is terrible. When a PS problem is identified and acknowledged by Intuit they do not automatically inform all PS users of said problem and when the problem will be fixed.
It is extremely unsettling when a PS update comes out and breaks something that was previously working fine. The users bring it to Intuit's attention and Intuit employees [contractors?] give you a work-around. Hey, I don't want a work-around! I want you to fix what you broke within 24 hours! I'm really busy this time of year. I can't afford to wait weeks or months for Intuit to fix what Intuit broke.
The most valuable thing a software program can provide is reliability.