Maybe you are also new to the concept of NOT upgrading? Elsewhere in this forum we discuss running Bodhi on fifteen year-old machines, and even on machines that other deluded factions might call low-spec. Maybe it is time to review those old "rules of thumb". One doesn't need a speed demon custom rig to run Linux; netbooks or chromebooks will do nicely. If the hardware runs the applications you need at a decent speed, save your money for later when the real need arises e.g. upgrade for the RAM, or whatever to improve performance. Don't be stuck on an "upgrade cycle"; make that a thing of the past.
I *would* upgrade for example, if there were a security update. But this isn't the other OS that is used to all forms of ailments. Mr Rashkin has made things easier for you or anyone that has been thinking about the same thing. Thank you,Bob (and the rest of the hardworking Bodhi team).