Okay so I have been switching over some of my family and friends to Linux (they were impressed when the saw it running on my system
One of my friends brought up a good point. They misunderstood the meaning of the "Level" number for updates, assuming that the higher the number was, the more important or critical the update was. So they were pretty much ignoring the level 1 updates and installing all of the 3 or higher updates thinking that they were more important. I'm rather surprised that their system still works.
Now I know that this is explained in the preferences, but still I would suggest renaming it something other than "Level" to perhaps something like "Class". The community can probably think up something even better.
Of course you could just ignore all this, but I'm just telling you what some of my friends thought.--Jim