just for the sake of it, this could well be an argument for the opposite:
Because errors pop up sooner, development goes faster and solutions can also be implemented sooner.
The unreliability will soon reach a level that will not affect most workflows. When one user is ‘in control’, he/she can’t possibly depict all errors/bugs by him or herself, and may be thankful that the error revealed in the cloud prior to the deadline of his or her own.
Note that, in this forum (and most forums), the majority of the posts and threads are related to ‘errors’ or wrong installation/use of the software.
There is a large group of users that won’t report that ‘all’s good here!’