It seems unavoidable for new Xcode versions to override any custom keybindings. Ditto for a custom, brighter text-cursor, which is pretty much a necessity when using a darker background. And let's not forget the plugins. Thus behold, a streamlined Xcode upgrade:

update_xcode {
  # Change if not using default naming, "Xcode" and "Xcode-beta"
  _update_xcode "Xcode"
  [ -d "/Applications/" ] && _update_xcode "Xcode-beta"

_update_xcode {
  PLUGINS_PATH="$HOME/Library/Application Support/Developer/Shared/Xcode/Plug-ins"

  # Update plugin UUIDs
  uuid=$(defaults read $XCODE_PATH/Contents/Info DVTPlugInCompatibilityUUID)
  find "$PLUGINS_PATH" -name Info.plist -maxdepth 3 | xargs -I{} defaults write {} DVTPlugInCompatibilityUUIDs -array-add "$uuid"
  # Restore keybindings
  sudo cp -f $SOURCE_PATH/IDETextKeyBindingSet.plist $XCODE_PATH/Contents/Frameworks/IDEKit.framework/Versions/A/Resources
  # Restore white text-cursor
  sudo cp -f $SOURCE_PATH/DVTIbeamCursor.tiff $XCODE_PATH/Contents/SharedFrameworks/DVTKit.framework/Versions/A/Resources/

  restart "$1"

restart {
  osascript -e 'quit app "$1"'
  open -a "$1"

Xcode 8 update

Apple hardened Xcode 8 against XcodeGhost and thus broke many plugins. If you value your plugins over safety, then you'll have to re-sign Xcode:

sudo codesign -f -s "Some certificate e.g. 'iPhone Developer: Your Name (AAAAAAAA)'" /Applications/

Not ideal, but until Xcode supports more than mere text-extensions, I think the tradeoff is worth it.