I'm kind of reminded of the billion or so threads from users requesting that Autodesk stop making Autocad viewport pan/drag operations part of the undo stack...
....and the eyeball rolling replies they receive from +25 years users who demand that they review the post history and insist that its an integral part of their work-flow.
Anyway to all of the "bevel-your-model" people - leaving aside the fact that after beveling in SU I now cannot easily snap to the corners of my model, lose all closed curve data and potentially create geometry issues with awkward corners - a cube has a count of 18 elements, 12 sides and 6 faces. A sufficiently beveled cube has around 1074 (given a moderate number of extra sides). The respective file size is roughly doubled. That means about 50% of my saved data, serves nothing other than the purpose of assisting the renderer.
Not particularly environmentally friendly when you think about it.
furthermore my model is now useless if I want to ship it to the drafting dept to take cross sections from it as the projections are now full of awkward little broken curves, which basically destroy any chances of using my geometry in CAD.