Recently, funding has been allocated to pay for Kovri's development and integration into Monero. Kovri is a re-implementation of I2P, an anonymity tool similar to Tor in its goals, but with a lot of improvements, different protocol, and broader range. Following Monero's philosophy of privacy by default, Kovri will be on by default, effectively disconnecting user's IPs from the transactions they broadcast. That is all great news, but it sounds like it will take a year to be implemented. Meanwhile, Monero's nodes can already connect to the network using Torsocks.
By searching SE, I find only three threads mentioning Torsocks, and only five on /r/monero. So that tells me that even though that improvement in one's anonymity is only a Tor install and a terminal command away, maybe a lot of users are not doing it, or are even unaware that that is possible at all.
Why doesn't Monero already include Torsocks by default, and makes it so that whenever the user starts the daemon, it does so through Torsocks, without it even asking? As superior as Kovri might be, and as flawed as Tor might be, surely having nodes running through Tor beats running them in the clear, and nothing prevents that setup to be changed when Kovi is ready to go. What am I missing?