Don't get me wrong. As most people here probably know, I'm very much pro-vaccination for COVID-19 and pretty much everything else for which a vaccine is available. I've convinced a number of hesitant people to get vaccinated or boosted over the course of the pandemic, and I've had four shots of the Pfizer mRNA formulation.
My point is that the subject of whether and when to accept a booster is more nuanced than most people are aware, as it is subject to a variety of considerations, particularly timing. I'll almost certainly get the bivalent vaccine soon after it's available, but I'm going to stay on top of the literature while waiting. I'm especially interested in how original antigenic sin, in which prior immunity influences the response to subsequent exposure and/or vaccine response, will play into it all.