A short answer to that question is “probably not just yet”.  Many in the Apple community are excited when a major new upgrade comes out, but it’s generally advisable to wait until the kinks are worked out.  I can provide some general advice on upgrading macOS, iOS, iPadOS or any operating system:

1. Stability and Compatibility: New macOS versions often come with bugs and compatibility issues, especially with third-party software and hardware. Waiting allows time for Apple to release updates and for developers to make their apps and drivers compatible with the new version.

2. Security: While macOS updates usually include security enhancements, sometimes new vulnerabilities are discovered after a new version is released. Waiting a bit can help ensure that critical security patches have been issued.

3. User Feedback: It can be helpful to wait for user feedback and reviews from early adopters. This can give you insights into any issues or improvements in the new macOS version.

4. Hardware Requirements: New macOS versions may have increased hardware requirements. Check if your current Mac meets the minimum requirements for the new version before upgrading.

5. Workflow Disruption: If you rely heavily on your Mac for work or other critical tasks, it's a good idea to wait until you have some time to adapt to any changes in the new OS. This can minimize workflow disruption.

6. Backup: Always back up your data before upgrading. While upgrading shouldn't cause data loss, it's a precautionary step in case anything goes wrong during the process.

7. Wait for Point Releases: macOS updates are often followed by point releases (e.g., x.x.1). These point releases often include bug fixes and stability improvements, making them a more stable option.

8. Compatibility with Software: Ensure that the software and applications you rely on are compatible with the new macOS version. Waiting for updates from software developers can prevent compatibility issues.

9. Time-Sensitive Software: If you use software that is time-sensitive and critical for your work, verify that it works smoothly with the new macOS version. Waiting may be advisable if compatibility is uncertain.

10. Personal Preference: Some users prefer to wait a few months after a new macOS release to let others identify and report any major issues. If you're not in a hurry to access new features, this approach can be prudent.

Remember that the decision to upgrade to a new macOS version should be based on your specific needs, workflow, and preferences. Keep an eye on Apple's official announcements, check for software compatibility, and consider the factors mentioned above before making your decision.

If you are part of our managed services, there is a block in place to prevent upgrading.  We, typically, won’t give the green light for several months.  We will be doing exhaustive testing and let you know when we believe the OS is stable enough to make the move (and we will assist with all of the upgrades).