I totally agree; an Alpha is a first try & a Beta the second, they are for people willing to find bugs to be sorted out before a RC (Release Candidate).
If you don't want any hassel, either use a 'final' release, or an older release.
This will be good judging by the 32bit Beta1 release, which is almost perfect. Maybe try that to better evaluate GhostBSD 3.5.
Linux user between 1999 - 2014; now a BSD user.