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I think a search of the forum will point to Mavericks being pretty stable for most users.

As har as your other questions are concerned it is possible to go back to Mountain Lion first if you do a little prep work first. Here's the approach I would take:
1. Make sure your current installation is stable. There's no point upgrading if there are problems.
2. Use Carbon Copy Cloner to create a "bootable' copy of Mountain Lion on an external drive.
3. Download and install Mavericks. If you don't like it you can boot from the clone, erase the current drive, and reload clone from the external back to the internal drive.

Edit: When the installer for Mavericks downloads consider making a bootable Mavericks disk. You must do this before the installation finishes.

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