Should we use LTS or a rolling release for the desktop version of Clear Linux? I prioritize both stability and updates and can’t tolerate bugs and system failures?
It’s like asking if Arch and Debian make a nice couple, together.
If you prioritize stability and can’t tolerate bugs and system failures, LTS is probably best for you. LTS doesn’t mean everything is locked. LTS will continue to get bug fixes and security patches (Long Term Support). With a rolling release, updates happen fast, and testing can often lag, and instabilities can be introduced (in fact as the larger components change, almost likely will), but hopefully will also get found and fixed fast too.