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Sure, make your own install media based on -current as it is now and update the final few changes via slackpkg.
In fact if you don't care about any of the changes to the install media itself (e.g. UEFI support) you could just use your 14.0 install media to install -current (you don't even need to download it locally, just do a network install pointed to a nearby -current mirror).
That's just the thing - I do care about the UEFI support. I already downloaded rc1, for testing purposes, but there have been some changes since then.. or I could use Didier's new slint. I'm just hoping any moment that RELEASE_NOTES gets an update..