As a host, we get requests to upgrade like it's a trend.
Alot of our resellers find it trendy to have the new version of this or that, without thinking of the consequences of upgrading.
Upgrading is nice if it's necessary, or beneficial, but upgrading just for the sake of bragging rights to a new version is not necessarily always a smart thing to do.
We always ask a lot of questions before taking a client's request seriously. If they can't answer them to the point where we find the upgrade necessary, then.....no upgrade, as welike to keep things stable and steady.
Originally Posted by WireNine
Well, there are many bug fixes in the new versions. A lot of improvements.
The questions would remain:
1. Is HD plagued by the bugs that 3.5 fixes?
2. Are the improvements necessary or just "Oooh look at that cool feature!" improvements?
Like I said, staying up to date is important, but only when it's necessary.