Personally speaking, I'd love it if they continued to mess up Bedrock, because it means Java is more likely to stay at the forefront.
Bedrock is closed-source, monetized, very hard (and possibly illegal) to modify, forces you to use THEIR servers (authorised by Mickey$oft), forces their coinage system for skins and 'add-ons' (which are a pathetic shade on mods); it leans toward a community of people playing mini-games, making Minecraft 'just another game'. They expect people to adopt THEIR hardware, and buy minecraft on each of THEIR platforms (Windows 10, xbones, and forwards)
The original Minecraft (sadly now renamed "Java edition") is an incredible, unique community of friendly people, intrinsically involved with this "Minecraft" indie project from indev through to being the 2nd best-selling game of all time - with thousands of free servers, mods, maps, skins and anything else imaginable. Buy once, play forever, on any java capable device.
Bedrock is destroying that community.
IHMO, YMMV, etc.