I need new wording for this paragraph about the cumulative patch:
I adopted this wording during earlier releases when there were often very serious bugs that were corrected with numerous patches, and there were many cases where installing the latest patches fixed issues that hadn't even been documented, so just telling everyone to install the patches seemed to reduce the number of support posts and resultant wild goose chases.ALL NPVR USERS SHOULD INSTALL THE CUMULATIVE PATCH UPDATE REGARDLESS OF WHETHER YOU ARE EXPERIENCING THE IDENTIFIED ISSUES. These updated files represent the latest version of NPVR code, and may include other changes not documented. Other later patches or program updates you may find posted by sub may fail if all your NPVR program files are not up to date. In particular, before posting any support request please install the current cumulative patch update and reproduce your problem.
Nowadays though, the basic functionality of NextPVR is pretty solid, and the patches largely fix little niggles and isolated issues. Some patches add new features, but they're still not critical. Most users will be fine if they just install the initial release, and use it completely unpatched until the next release. So I feel like I ought to re-word that section, but everytime I try I end up with a wishy-washy mess.
Anyone care to take a try at re-wording that? Or do you all think it's fine as-is?