If they make a "cave update" at some point, that fixes the cave generation and makes them a lot more fun to explore, will you consider updating?
A problem I have with Minecraft is that even though they add all of this new content it is all shallow and meaningless. A few new blocks, mobs or bioms don't really change anything about the game. After you've seen every type of village, structure, biome - there is no point in exploring to find the next one. They are all the same and everything is lifeless. There are no meaningfull interactions between the mobs, villagers are brain dead and contribute nothing to the world. There is no point in looking for loot in the naturally spawned structures, because by the time you find them - you already have better items. The only thing keeping the game alive (in my oppinion) is servers with mods. Actually there aren't that many vanilla servers, because the game in it's purest vanilla version isn't that good. Even vanilla servers require some mods to enable trading, to prevent griefing and so on...
We really got off-topick here, but there certainly are a lot of problems with the game that need to be discussed. What updates are meaningfull? This game has been around for 10 years and for me it still feels like a pre-release title. Will it ever be complete?
The villagers would be more useful if there wasn't a bleeding cool down on their trades, and for bedrock edition users like myself we do not have the option to just play an older version of the game to get the zero cool down trades with the villagers, it means more boring work gets in the way of projects I had planned for my world, same thing with friends who play on my 2 current survival worlds. 3 of my friends have jobs in real life and don't wish to be hamstringed by even more grind as a result of an update that changed how the mechanics worked in the game.
Java version is obviously out of the question for us, as they'd lose the ability to play on my servers, they use consoles, not all my friends play on PC.