Hello Unity team, me and others on the forum have found that recently, the process for working with the beta seems to converge on variations of the following: I used 2019.1 beta to start a new project where I wanted to use those features, knowing that the project would not end before 2019.1 released (and knowing that some porting might be necessary to get there). After reporting numerous bugs through the 2019.1 beta cycle (some of which got fixed), 2019.1 finally released - and introduced crazy regressions not present in the beta versions. Reporting bugs on them got me the feedback to update to 2019.2a since the regression fixes weren't expected to be backported. I grudingly did, now knowing that my project might have to release with 2019.2 beta. Beta came, some bugs were fixed, new regressions introduced (notably, objects just downright disappearing from builds due to their variants being stripped - here, here, case 1159877 - , or not being able to switch between LWRP profiles at build time - case 1157408, case 1157420). As a good citizen, I reported them, assuming that such regressions would be nearly immediately fixed (since it would in my opinion be impossible to release 2019.2 with those bugs in it). However, reply from QA was that I should upgrade to 2019.3a since the fixes wouldn't be backported. Back to the beginning! This has lead to: reporting bugs on 2019.1b that weren't fixed for 2019.1r and made it impossible to use the release version since LWRP is unusable besides very simple cases reporting bugs on 2019.2b that won't be fixed for 2019.2r and make it impossible to use the release version since LWRP is unusable even in very simple cases being stuck again with an (obviously) unstable alpha version with whoknowswhat of new issues What can I do to prevent that cycle from going on indefinitely? Is this supposed to work like that? I would really love if someone from Unity could clarify. Most of my issues/bug reports revolve around just using the LWRP (that is, as you keep pointing out, out of preview). And I'm getting really frustrated. I like testing early versions, I do report numerous bugs, but it's getting so frustrating and time-consuming - and useless! - that I'm not sure how long I can do that.