Don't like the new "standards"?
Just don't buy them. You don't actually need a new bike. You don't have to be an early adopter, particularly if you like cross-compatibility. You only need to "keep up" with the standards if you're trying to "keep up" with the latest and greatest.
Now enjoy your bike, you now have an extra few thousand dollars to take it somewhere special and get something truly valuable - experiences.
I bought a new frame in October. Somehow I managed to avoid buying boost, (by, you know, crossing boost bikes off the list) and now there's a conversion kit for my hubs If I ever decide I "need" a boost bike. I wouldn't buy this "standard" either. Pivot will be fine without me, I'll be fine on some other manufacturers bike.