I'm not sure I can say this without without sounding argumentative. There's much agreement, so please see this as digging a little more, even myself having a question or two about the following that I'm not certain about.
The Spirit leads us into all truth. Yes, the scriptures say that, so I must believe it. However, it's puzzling, because I don't believe any of us as individuals have all truth. And certainly, does it appear humanity as a whole has all truth? Maybe so, if it could all be sifted through, the best kept, and synthesized to make one belief system. But right now, it appears so scattered - so many views, so much blindness.
So let's ponder that maybe up until now, God has led us into all the truth He wants us to have - up to this point. Let's also consider He may be opening up new information/clarity every day for us now, beginning to open doors of Godly knowledge that is progressive - perhaps leading up to a next phase of His Plan - the harvest perhaps. Still, all "testable" by His written Word (I'm not talking about wild imaginations).
Given all that, if people are encouraged, and we're individually satisfied to, just keep reading whatever translations are popularly available - either older versions with all their "hells and forevers" - or newer/distorted versions with their "mushy gospel" generalizations/feel-good doctrines - how responsibly are we "handling the word of truth"? (2 Tim. 2:15). What I mean by this is, if God is opening new doors of understanding, cleaning off the dark glass just a little more for us, offering more clarity; not "just" through the leading of His Spirit relationally (WHICH IS VITAL!), but also by giving us new information, people who study out that information AS LED BY THE SPIRIT and share it with us - shouldn't we embrace that? I'd suggest it's played a role in many of us having had our veil lifted just a little bit and come into the understanding of UR, etc. - some of those "aha" moments, where someone said "gehenna means X, not Y", and the Holy Spirit quickened that to us and shocked us in a good way :).
Related question; through the past 1500 years of Christendom, how many understood Ultimate Reconciliation? Flip side; how many believed that the Bible, God, His Spirit, all supported Eternal Torment - because that's what their available translation of the scriptures taught!? Flip to today; what percentage of Christendom still believes in ET, in large part because that's still what their "sanctioned/beloved" particular translation teaches (and by extension, their pastor, their fellow church members, their personal "world" around them)? Don't we believe people are negatively affected by error?
Would we say none of those people were or are led by the Spirit? Or couldn't we conclude that maybe the Holy Spirit is leading us into truth, by giving us some new tools and information to use, as His Plan unfolds? Not either/or (study or Spirit), but BOTH - as He leads. Disclaimer; I believe it's possible He may lead one to be a "scholar" and dig out these things and share them with us for our own growth and understanding, while He leads another to sit quietly before Him, gazing at His face - or some to do both, as He leads! In that regard, maybe that's where not judging each others' motives, or not attempting to fit everyone else into our particular mold comes into play (God help me).
"Who are you to condemn someone else's servants? Their own master will judge whether they stand or fall. And with the Lord's help, they will stand and receive his approval." Romans 14:4