Assume there was an office suite where the _only_ difference to LO was the behaviour from that bug. The audience would be those people who commented in the bug and complained about the change. Obviously, given the choice, they would use the other suite.
But that bug was only one example. The developers must make decisions all the time, and many have the possibility to make the software more palatable to one group and less palatable to another group of users. It is inevitable.
In the Apache meritocracy model, AOO will likely be dominated by IBM and their business partners, and TDF/LO is dominated by Linux distros. It seems preposterous to assume that the two won't diverge.
By "enterprisey" I do not mean incessantly integrating features that companies are assumed to desire or that IT professionals demand. I mean meeting the checklists of business deciders.
You claim that a version with the best work from everyone is desirable. I don't think it is even possible to create. Much like a spaghetti sauce that is after everybody's taste or a single Linux distro for everyone.