usage information only tells you about the features that people actually use and are useful. You may be lead astray by it because of bad implementations. Step time entry, for example, is something I would dearly like fixed, but if you looked at my usage of it you would only see that I never use it. Not because it wouldn't be useful, but because the implementation ableton chose is completely and totally wrong.
the things i use the least are the things tha ti have the most problems with.
looper for exmaple. has a tendency to never work properly, thus i've simply stopped using it, only occasionally revisiting it in the hopes that it has been fixed. at the least on my computer it still fires random cleared buffers at times, including full-on crashes live. so if i want looper fixed, and they are only looking at user useage, does tha tmean that i should use looper more in order for the useage on looper statistics to rise then?
seems like a very stupid way to go about it, since it's quite obvious that the things with the most problems are more likely the things you avoid to use for that very reason that you have the most problems with them.