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Those don't do anything. MACs can be found by outsiders not connected to your network despite how encrypted the network is. Hidden SSIDs aren't anything either. The same tools that will display the MACs will also show all hidden SSIDs within range.
Sure, they block the average user, but anyone who wants to get in will have no trouble at all.
OR, the issue is that you're performing selective upgrades. Which, in that case, of course you're going to run into library issues. ANY rolling release OS is meant to be fully upgraded whenever an upgrade is performed, otherwise you risk breaking everything.
With Arch, it only breaks if you break it, since you have total control over everything.
The problem is that no one ever hears about the good unions.