3 Suffusion updates in 60 days? Aghhh!
I first thought you wanted more updates, looking at your post title.
Excellent theme, but this guy might consider slowing down.
I installed 3.6.6 on Sept 20th and I get the automatic update hint for 3.6.9 ... only 2 months later?
Actually there were 2 updates in 60 days. There was a problem with 3.6.7, so it was directly 3.6.8, which had some critical bugs, hence 3.6.9, which came a couple of days after 3.6.8. So essentially it was one release with one patch.
Seems like some manic / over-achiever energy.
This is way slower than how it was prior to June, when you would have 1-2 updates a week. Mind you, the updates are actually new features and bug fixes, not simply tweaks of existing features. Also, far from "over-achiever energy", it is more like, "Okay, I have some time to kill now, and God knows when I will have time again, so let me do this".
I won't deny the learning curve, but that should be expected from a theme that lets you customize so much. I would like to know how your site goes nuts, though. For every release I post very detailed notes on what changed on the theme's blog, and the theme is designed to carry over all your customizations from one version to another. In most cases the errors I have seen are due to users getting a copy of their style sheets from their cache and that freaks them out, but that is not a theme bug. Of course there are genuine bugs, too, though with frequent small releases such bugs are very low in number, which is why the theme had very few bugs prior to June.
At the end of the day, upgrading is a matter of choice. Several people like themes that are regularly updated, and several others don't. The solution is simple - if you don't like the speed at which I put out code, don't upgrade immediately. Subscribe to the feed and when there is a release see if there is anything there that you like. If there is, do the upgrade, otherwise don't.
Lastly let me add that it was you who pointed out a bug in 3.6.6 which I patched in 3.6.8, released 2.5 months after you reported it. Would you rather I left it unfixed or released it even later?