Ok, maybe I’m being too capricious here, and modeling is a thing that cannot benefit from multiple cores, but, I have some experience with Revit (I have some professional affiliation with architecture), for example, and it works sooooo much better. I understand it’s much more expensive, but at least it’s understandable what this price is for.
Anyways, my original post is not about SU not being able to use more than one core, but about it’s annual price which not even 2 times less comparing to it’s former perpetual license price. It looks to me like a robbery for a tool that does not get any visible and important for me upgrades in decades.
I’d give an example of Microsoft 365, which costs a fraction of its full price if one subscribe annually, at least in my country. Even Archicad costs 3 times less per year comparing to it’s perpetual license and it gets some new features over time etc. I understand in the USA people used to pay times more in total but with small monthly payments, but I live in Eastern Europe, people here still use Autocad 2008 with absolutely no issues.