If you indeed took the time to learn more about Wayland and still believe this .. Whatever ..
Yes likely Wayland, like everything new will have some bugs. That's why I can't wait for it to come out so we can get rid of them faster
And do you know what X was originally designed for? You certainly want something not designed for GUIs to handle your 3d graphics, applications, desktop and everything related?
From my understanding X has by default architectural flaws when you take into account what it is used for now(not the fault of X devs, it was just not started for what it ended up being, or ended up being for some). Fixing various issues it has would bring us "a Wayland" anyways .. And at least some of the guys working on Wayland have some experience in X so I believe we can trust them
If I am wrong in any of the above, someone please correct me.
So I guess in the end, for some people any kind o change is awful .. With that attitude we should still have no screens at all and insert commands in computers using cards that have holes on them to indicate ones and zeros. Or better yet, have to rearrange transistors to get our desired "application".