Just a couple of more of my interpretations of Bodhi
I support about dozen systems with linux. Four of them are mine (2 PCs a laptop and a PiHole DNS server). However over the last 4 years several friends and family have asked to install linux for them. They are what I call "general users"
I have been using Mint which is a very nice distro (ubuntu based like Bodhi) and is fine for most of the systems. My complaint with Mint is it comes with way to much bloat (accessories, games, graphics apps most people will never use and on and one). Then there are the few systems that simply need a really light OS and Bodhi Standard fits the bill - as I have said before I tried all the usual "light" suspects but Bodhi ended up performing the best.
In the Summer I will start upgrading all these systems and although there is not much support required I like them all to be running on the same version of the same distro. However I do have two people running BL5.1 on a MacBook and on an HP dm1 netbook another that talked me into installing BL6.0 pre-alpha on an old HP netbook very recently and I am running BL6.0 on my PiHole DNS server and what I call FrankenBodhi 6.0 on my own laptop (i7 16Gib RAM). FrankenBodhi is Bodhi with Cinnamon/muffin replacing Moksha/Enlighenment which means nemo becomes the file manager in pace of PCmanFM. When the OS needs to be light I will run straight Bodhi on the systems that can handle a heavy DE like Cinnamon (i5, i7 and 8 - 16Gib RAM) I will install FrankenBodhi