I was thinking about this topic the other day and was remembering the long and in depth posts by many erudite posters. I am sure you and remember many of those posts, I will not name them because I'm sure I would leave some important person out. Over the recent years many older ex jw's have said how the org has changed and they seem to write to a 4th- 6th grade level. I wonder if some of the newer ones leaving may not have the same grasp of doctrine in general as some of the older folks?
If that is the case, then naturally the newbies would not have the same conversations that the older posters remember (some of who went on to become theological professors, or actual real ministers with college educations, etc..) If you asked a current jw to discuss how 1914 was arrived at, flip flops on generation, changes in baptism questions, flip flops on rape, flip flops on organ donations, and on and on, a current/younger jw probably has no idea of these things. They might even accuse you of lying (which my jw did).
When my jw first joined up later in life I threw the book at him (my mistake and I do not recommend it) on flip flops including the picture of jw's celebrating Christmas. He denied, denied, denied until he finally had to admit it was true because some elder told him so.
I think some newbies may not care as much about actual doctrines but are more concerned with how leaving will affect their personal life and family relationships. Can't blame them for that, we have all seen those stories and most of you have lived it. Maybe it is better they are not quite as indoctrinated as the older folks? (Biblically/doctrinally speaking) or at some sort of different level? I dunno.