That doesn`t happen with Linux, and (with the exception of a few OEM preloads) may never happen. The reason so many people are beating on you about getting more involved with the development effort is that so far this has been the only way to make up for the fact that platform integration is still done pretty much completely on Windows and MacOS, not Linux.
If you want the same kind of platform-specific diagnosis and fixing that goes along with a Windows or MacOS system (and the much larger market share), then either OEMs are going to have to be convinced that shipping with pre-loaded Linux (along with all the associated qualification testing) is a good investment, or *someone* with your specific system and priorities is going to have to get involved personally, using the open source drivers.
Don`t wait a couple of years. Make a list of what doesn`t work on your laptop today with the open source drivers and I think you`ll find that the issues are either already fixed, are in the pipe for fairly short term resolution, or need fixes specific to your platform which are only going to happen with your involvement.