you think you always need at any time to have the latest bleeding edge software, just because. The problems that can arise (starting by non-availability of LuCI in precompiled snapshot images) might be overwhelming to you and might drive you back to installing stock firmware again.
your expectation is to have a flawless and 100% working compilation, installation and usage of the firmware. Snapshots are experimental, and weird issues of any kind can arise at any time. What does work today, doesn’t necessarily work tomorrow.
Do use snapshots if...
you are experienced with linux and know how to manage unexpected problems of any kind (not booting at all, bootloops, no network connectivity, …)
If you have 150 routers, than you have a professional activity.
If you have a professional activity, you need stability and reliability, and so you DO NOT run a master version on the whole routers. Just on a couple of devices in order to perfom tests.
Notify the device ref so that experts can provide specific help.
Thanks. I have good experience with linux. This router in question, has the hardware compatible with another that has support, I just adapted the DTS files. I'm going to try to use a stable branch and create the DTS there.