Being a front end dev, I can only see this problem from afar, but I have a gut feeling that our time will be better spent on the anti-state refactor than on continuing to chase down all these bugs. I think we need to get to the root cause. The recent refactoring was only supposed to be a band-aid solution, and I think it’s serving its purpose well enough for now. We should be careful not to spend too much time polishing that band-aid, because I think we’ll be better off ripping it off sooner than later. It’s not like adding logging can necessarily hurt. We’ll likely want some form of logging eventually. But I wouldn’t be surprised if logging ends up costing us some time (both to set up, and also to analyze) without producing significant improvements towards stability.