So, now the ESR channel has its own page?
I'm wondering what's the reason behind this... Anyway, I've been using this channel rather than the "stable" one for a few years now (since v38 ESR) after having had some issues, and I don't regret it.
Recent Firefox release history has shown how much ESR is a good choice even for home users. Actually, ESR is the "really stable" channel, compared to the "(quite) stable" one. ;-)
Now, it's the one I advise my friends to install, it has security patches as well as the "stable" channel, and the common user wants a reliable browser more than useless innovations later abandoned such as Hello, etc. Things are a bit different in 2018 as FF57 has changed its core, as everybody knows, and for the time being, the ESR channel is also the choice you make to keep using old extensions — until the next ESR branch (FF60, next summer).