I don't have a real problem with RSD, except for maybe the name.
Call it RPB : Responsive Page Builder, great for one-page websites.
It's a matter of managing expectations. Of course you could use RPB to build websites, but you would be on your own (and the Forum members to help) because no expectations raised by its very name.
But that is also why I would like to see some focus from CoffeeCup and learn about their strategic direction. May be it's time to get out of the Coffee Shop where it all started
Actually I sympathise with the company (most of us do, I guess) - that is why I buy from them - and of course it's not of my business anyway.
Agree 100%, I like the software so I find myself using it but I'm beginning to think it's time to move away. Silly things like building menus with the menu builder and having to synchronise the breakpoints with my RSD website - similarly with the slider app. Then going through every page of the site to remove old html from the <head></head> and replace it with what the menu/slider builders have produced then going through every menu instance on every page and every slider instance on the pages and pasting html - what the hell am I doing surely I should be able to update the menu and RSD just picks it up. I started looking at editing using an html editor as this would be more efficient to insert the updated code or even writing some perl to insert it but of course RSD stores the source files in it's only internal format until you export.
I've been a loyal customer since 2015 and own nearly everything CoffeeCup has produced but whilst it's allowed me to do things I couldn't before it is now holding me back.