Wow this is actually super disappointing. Considering that Autodesk has killed off so many of their well loved tools, I agree about Blender.
I recall constant complaining by senior folks that they did not do much actual drawing and resented paying full price for what they barely used. So Autocad specifically maimed much of the program and sold it for $800.00 as opposed to $3k at the time. So what happened? All the Executives got the full program because they “deserved the best” but the folk who did all the work got the maimed version! Eventually I found a de-maimer and was able to use Lisp but it was like a toy system otherwise.
Blender is a very huge tool, far beyond what I wonder if anyone uses all of it. As a result it is far more intimidating than a program of limited scope, which many professional programs could be included, and folk keep making threads that use the Blender base to do the specialty they are interested in.
I’m gutted. I’ve used fusion since just after I got my glowforge for all my laser and 3D printing projects. All the effort using their wannabe software. Anytime other than unemployed in a pandemic and I might have bought into their package for convenience, but right now I want to get as far away from them as possible.