Perhaps the title of the article should be "1DX M3 Finally Receives 24p via Firmware Update" because I clicked this thinking it would answer the question that the title posed. I thought you were answering the question, not asking us the question. Maybe I'm weird for reading it that way.
My lens has this problem. I wonder what the fix entails if it's a hardware problem or just a firmware problem.
If you're using AE for motion graphics, Apple Motion is way more efficient for most of what you'd use AE for. If you're using it for compositing, Davinci Resolve has a more robust compositor built into it. I think most people only stay with Adobe because it's convenient and familiar because they learn it in college or when they first started. Invest a little time into learning the alternatives and you'll see how bad Adobe really is.
Season 8 was halfway through filming by the time D&D were signed onto Star Wars. I am completely unconvinced that season 8 was "rushed" because D&D wanted to move on to Star Wars. To me, 8.1 and 8.2 were just fluff and the pacing could have been accomplished much better if they used those episodes to extend the events of 8.3-8.6. Ironically, 8.1 and 8.2 were the only episodes of season 8 not written by D&D. All they needed was an extra episode or two to get from The Long Night to King's Landing more smoothly but instead they wasted the first two episodes all talking to each other about how they were going to die while the whole audience knew that they weren't going to die.
One doesn't need to be on Reddit to have Reddit opinions blasted in their face on every form of social media and even in real life conversations. People are totally fine to like or dislike it as they see fit but the amount of copy/paste opinion spreading is ridiculous. See the original comment about how they "rushed the show so they could move on to Star Wars" -- it's an opinion widespread online that makes absolutely no sense in the context of actual filmmaking (we are on a filmmaking website after all).
Or they just ended GoT how they wanted to and Reddit mob came up with a million reasons to hate it like they always do? I really don't think they "rushed" the double the production time/half the episodes made for season 8. The hate for season 8 is so overblown it's just laughable at this point. It's the only TV show I've ever watched in its entirety and wanted to rewatch.