I am tired of having to re-learn LR Classic every time it is updated and components that have been in the same place for years are moved and changed. Tools is the latest area where what has worked well for years has been made complex and requires new learning yet again.
My memory is failing and it is hard enough to use the LR Classic I am used to without haveing to waste time trying to find the paint bucket or draw a simple arrow.
If it isn't broken, don't try fixing it!
Trying to keep up with all the new and often pointless features in Lightroom makes my life difficult and wastes a lot of time.
It seems to me that the best thing to do is ignore updates and carry on working with a version I know.
We aren't all software wizards, we don't all work in studios and graphics, a lot of us just work on our personal images.
Please try to bear this in mind the next time a new idea is being developed!
Improvements sometimes require you to learn a part of the software again. So be it. If we would not except that and always say you shouldn't fix what ain't broken, then we would still be driving around in horse carriages and cross the oceans in sail boats.
If it isn't broken, don't try fixing it ... this is the equivalent of saying don't make things better. Well, Adobe is clear if you look at their history, when they feel they should make something better, they do, and sometimes that means the interface will change. I am happy Adobe does this.