The new "USB Startup Disk Creator" is a fabulous concept, but it has one tiny flaw. The program uses a pre-existing ISO image [ either from a CD or a downloaded file ] and from this it creates a point-in-time bootable USB stick.
But the problem with this is that the "point in time" used here is the date at which the ISO image is initially released. Packages shipped with the ISO are updated from the moment the ISO is cut - it goes out of date within days.
Wouldn't it be nice if the "Creator" had an additional capability - to keep the "image" on the USB stick up-to-date? (Which of course isn't possible with a CD-ROM, but does becomes possible with USB flash memory sticks).