I'm sorry if this has been questioned many times, but I'm still not sure I understand fully.
what's the different between LTS and normal release? other than support time, of course. I mean, is there any specific OS feature? IIRC, LTS on point-releases get updated kernel and DE version matching to normal release, right? And I don't really see many new non-DE feature.
Currently I'm using Unity in Mint 14, but doesn't feel much different from when I was using Ubuntu 12.04 (which means most of 12.04 feature is Unity's feature, right?) I want to switch to Ubuntu again since people said 12.04.2 is pretty good. But I wonder if I should just wait for 13.04. If there's really no specific OS feature, and if 12.04.2 get the same Unity version as 13.04, then I'll pick 12.04.2 for longer support time.