First of all, no one wants bloatware.
Second of all, anyone who thinks CrackBerry should be available to every single new user is smoking some very potent stuff.
With BB10, RIM is aiming for the average consumer, the average guy, they want to gain more marketshare. While CrackBerry is a great resource for finding help at times, linking every average user here would be a huge mistake.
Someone coming on and asking for advice on apps he/she thought were standard on all OSes is going to run into the standard 'You're a moron for wanting apps, why didn't you do your research?' trolls and be turned off forever.
The average user will see threads that are anti RIM/PlayBook/BlackBerry disappear or get locked, while a whole load of ones talking about other platforms as toys and games and meant for children while refusing to acknowledge common opinions like how most people feel the PlayBook can never be termed a professional grade tablet, those threads go on and on and on.
The average user is going to think they just bought a lemon and the community that support this device is filled with 11 year olds.
Theres a lot of depth to BlackBerries and they're incredibly productive devices, and I hope BB10 pushes this even further although I don't like the beta at all so far, but CrackBerry is not the place for the average user to come to because its not impartial at all, in the main, and is unable to judge RIM products against the competition in an unbiased manner, or without resorting to childish insults to new users or people who may be disappointed with their new, very expensive, devices.
When trying to gain marketshare, thats going to turn off a lot of potential customers, and probably do far more harm than good.