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Now, there are third party products that have come out that I'm all over. I think that qualifies as something new in the last 15 years. But just because the newest shiny comes out doesn't mean everyone has to jump on board. Your mileage may vary. Play what you like, but don't assume other people are <insert negative here> because they didn't change games with you.
I didn't say liking Pathfinder was bad. That's not what I'm arguing about at all.
There's three major answers to the "Does Pathfinder need a 2.0" question.
Option 1: No, you like Pathfinder just fine the way it is.
Option 2: Yes, it needs a revised Core that brings it more in line with the errata and expanded material now out.
Option 3: Yes, it needs to fix fundemental flaws inherent in the base system, such as the martial caster disparity.
I'm arguing that if you are in camp 1 or 2, you will be fine. The majority of the Pathfinder fans don't want major changes, and Paizo is unlikely to release a radically different Pathfinder 2.0.
If on the other hand you want Option 3, you are going to need to look for a different game system. And there are already several that might meet your needs.