OK, so what is the proper thread/topic to suggest user-comfort enhancements to the ongoing evolution of new distro versions? Users go with (and contribute to) those systems that serve their needs best. By the way, please feel free to move this post to that thread where you believe it is most appropriate.
Secondly, I feel the issue of whether there should even be an upgraded distro release is germane to this topic. Please know that in a Live Installation, Encrypted Persistence environment, users always appreciate a new, cogently-upgraded distro version, which is performance, security and bug tested (for obvious reasons). <<-- We are the stealth warriors of speaking truth to power, and of human and civil rights campaigns globally. Please support us.
Tails issues a new, upgraded version every 2-3 months, or when major third-party components are upgraded externally, e.g., the Tor Browser. Tails runs rock-solid in a virt-manager VM within Parrot 3.11. Running Parrot 3.11 in the same VM setup, when you have to continuously patch-in select upgraded packages in both your host machine and your VM machine, not so much. Regardless, I like to run both in the same Tor-protected, MAC-address-hidden, Parrot host. Web-based, page-embedded videos play much better in a 3.11 VM than in Tails.
So, why not just use Tails alone? Because you’re stuck with all the current distro version’s flaws and security holes until the next one is released. Conversely, Parrot, I assume, updates on the fly everytime you run “sudo apt update”. Why not get the best of both worlds?
Users don’t want a masters degree in whether and how to use Gdebi, GTK, APT or Synaptic, for which kind of upgrade, in order to get the best result, while still maintaining robust system stability and security. We want “one and done”.
Cogently-upgraded distro versions are typically more secure than when every user randomly patches in upgradable packages, which results in myriad customizations, all of which have their individual quirks, thus spawning more varied, individualized calls for technical support. And trying to figure out what to upgrade out of the present 900+ upgradable packages for ver. 3.11, in the above-described operating environment, presents daunting technical and logistical challenges to us average, non-geek users. Just sayin’.