Kinda ya. . .
I’m concerned that if there is a feature that actually turned out to be a bit harder to implement than it seemed when it was still on the whiteboard and a lot less people seemed to be excited about it in the survey as opposed to, say, cutting something they drew with a pen on a piece of cardboard. . . Ya, then it could be rationalized that it is less important to get that capability right.
Being a CNC router and 3D filament printer guy, I’m totally indifferent to a dumbed down interface and if that’s what it takes to provide access to previously inaccessible portion of the space, no problem, but not the dumbing down of capabilities.
That’s what I read from surveys that ask about the level of excitement about various deliverables. I don’t see marketing, I see mechanics.
But again, I’m know as a “glass half empty” guy.