Your good experience doesn’t erase other people’s poor experiences and you’ll also never prove that your three Macs equals a majority.
Tell me exactly how Issues with a clean install can be put down to user error. If MacOS is that unstable and fragile that usage by very basic users can somehow stuff the whole system up then there’s a problem.
I work in IT and manage a fair number number of Macs and High Sierra has been pretty bad.
And your quip about everyone knowing to hold off till the 0.3 version is all well and good, except Apple automatically downloads high sierra and then prompts the user to install it, and that started pretty early on.
But yeah I guess the need to defend apple to he death means passing any blame for anything onto someone else. Apple’s stupid yearly release cycle means that we never get properly stable software because we never get past version 0.6 ish. Then apple pull stupid stunts like changing the iWork document format, then making the iWork update of that year compatible only with the new OS forcing updates.