The internal workings of Maxon has is not a consideration of the customer but I admire your candour.
HSRdelic over on the Cafe made some big claims well over 3 years ago about the improvements that could be expected. He used very similar words to the above. Unfortunately for Dave, fewer and fewer people are buying that it’ll be OK just give it time. How much time? Keep paying you Subs to find out, eh?
Remember folks, the ‘new core’ was installed in R16 and C4D in 2020 is still plagued by priority issues and poor object handling. I said after the R17 debacle that it could be another 5 years before this is sorted, that now looks like an incredibly over optimistic forecast.
So Dave’s on the case… How did Dave initially respond to benefit the customer base? He makes C4D even more expensive for the loyal MSA customer who simply wants a perpetual license. Those people who’ve been backing Maxon to do right by them for the longest get an Adobe shaped boot in the groin. Well played Dave.
Maxon’s customers will hope that the adjusting of company structures won’t turn out to be as effective as rearranging deckchairs on the Titanic but I wish you the best of luck, without Maxon being a player there is danger of being an Autodesk de facto monopoly but I don’t think the outlook is all that great.