So many switched on comments, a frequent one being that as the generations pass, issues that have led earlier generations of JWs to doubt and/or leave are no longer the issues they once were - because the GB have either provided (convenient) explanations or the issue has faded from being mentioned on the platform or in the publications - so, yes, later generations of JWs don't see it as an issue.
I remember, for example, when I first heard - and then checked - that Russell pinpointed 1799 as the start of the time of the end, I couldn't believe JWs in my congregation were either indifferent or sanguine about this "disappeared" old teaching. Were we even looking at the same teaching? Yes, but it simply didn't bother them - or they would say, "It shows how much brighter the light is today" and then switch the topic.
BTW, the line, "We don't serve a date - we serve Jehovah' simply becomes a license to remain asleep and unaccountable. This line was first uttered decades ago in response to questions about the 1975 fiasco - and now it has entered common JW parlance. Again, how convenient!