In a way, Red Hat cares about linux users. You see, when linux users have a distro working perfectly out of the box, RH's business model crumbles.
A systemd based, never fully defined, never fully complete Linux, is what RH Canonical and hardware makers need to do the desktop linux transition. Devs who jump on the train will do like devs on win and osx, always work to adapt the new versions to the changes and fuck the old versions and its users.
New users are even more fucked up because they might look up howtos on the web that have worked for more than a decade, until systemd and similar projects obsoleted them for no compelling reason.