My useage case for Bodhi is on older laptops (often 32 bit) and as a light but great linux VM.
I haven't grabbed a new iso for a couple of years at least, but have just installed 4.2.0 legacy on a HP Pavilion zd8000 that was rescued from going to landfill.
I'm really impressed. Up and going really quickly with the usual Broadcom shenanigans, great hardware detection otherwise and just works.
Midori seems to have come leaps and bounds ahead in terms of stability.
One thing that did seem a little odd was the key clicks I get when typing the user password in, in the software installer. They're not exactly synchronised with the key strokes and seem unnecessary. I imagine there's a way to turn that off.
Apart from that tiny niggle, thanks again for a wonderful distro.