Hasn't it always been like that?
For those that don't know, even the home version has a file you can remove from the installer and it'll do any version. Once installation is complete, register it with the proper key and you're good to go.
Maybe with Windows 10, but definitely not with Windows 7 and previous versions. There was no home version of VLSC. I suppose there were files you could change, but damn.. now you're screwing with the HASH of the ISO.. no thanks.
But I think his point is that the VLSC version has long been a single ISO for many versions.
OIC, I hadn't heard this before... so I reported it..