I fully agree.
Gone are the days when we would skip every other release and continue working on our old version of software... and even then quite often have to save down to share files with consultants. Nowadays with Autodesk Subscription there are no reasons not to upgrade.
Take advantage of what you pay Autodesk every year in your subscription fees and maximise your software ROI by upgrading and utilising the add-ons and every piece of software you have as part of your sub.
Autodesk are spending significant resources on developing software and each release is an improvement on the last, if you start missing releases it's a bigger learning curve to catch up... learning curve's slow down production!
Our projects are getting larger and more complex, the performance of Revit is improving with each new release.
Mine (and Steve's) two cents.