Well, that's handy! the Gadgets are probably the things I'm most interested in and may be the reason I would want to upgrade but if I can't try them out I will probably just save my money for now until I can see a good reason for change. I am always reluctant to upgrade anything I use on a day to day basis. Usually the 'improved' 'updated' version of any software causes nothing but headaches and slows me down.
For example -- I am still using XP on my pc that runs the machine, I also have a Win10 pc right next to it. The amount of time I've spent sorting issues with Win10 would shock you, some are reoccurring or come back again after an 'update' (which takes forever in Win10). I can use XP for everyday tasks and it is quicker and more efficient for most of what I do -- answering emails, checking my online bank, doing invoices, attaching photos to emails, resizing photos before attaching.... All these things take me longer on Win10, there are more steps involved, more clicks to get the same function, everything is hidden behind menus, harder to find, slower to use, more steps involved, more choices to make for what used to be a simple function, fonts disappear with updates..... the list goes on.
Anyway now I'm rambling, but hopefully you can see my point about being reluctant to upgrade software unless I can see an obvious benefit to my daily workflow or there's a security issue with the current version. There's too many 'upgrades' in our modern lives, if I can see a way to keep things simple I'll take it. I don't care about looks or sleek design, call me old fashion but I just want functionality and an easy UI with easy to find drop down menus.