I don't think that's entirely fair. The class of xserver ABI bug cited in the "Is Rawhide Supposed To Be Useful" thread you linked pretty much can't happen anymore, like, ever again. If I didn't care, I wouldn't have fixed it. (I will happily admit it was not fixed on a timescale I feel was acceptable, but I had this whole other point in the thread about that, that nobody bit on then and I don't expect will now.)
I don't think it's reasonable to just toss rawhide to the "it will eat your data" wolves. But I also don't think it's reasonable to expect it to be your daily driver if you're not willing to do some of your own dirty work (and others'). That's what releases are for. That's the entire point of calling them releases: they are things you can expect to consume without needing to think or worry about.
I can see why rawhide isn't meeting your needs, but I'm a bit unsure what would.