Yet, pro KDE guys want to talk as if there's no issues with KDE of any consequence.
If other desktops had KDE's reputation of instability then I guess we'd all be in trouble.
For those having issues with KDE's stability, luckily there are alternative platforms to choose from.
Of course you'll likely point out the those suffering from any undesirable behavior of Gnome have the same options, and you'd be right. You might try to suggest that Gnome is as unstable as KDE, or even more so. Given that there are more Gnome desktops than there are KDE, I'd find it surprising that those using the supposedly inferior Gnome desktop wouldn't simply install KDE along side. Even those looking for the ubiquity of packages available for the Ubuntu platform could install KDE along side.