I've spent some time during this isolation period to learn new things about Vectorworks and refine some of the skills I already have. I must say, the program is incredibly inconsistent and not necessarily intuitive. Whether you're working in Architect or Spotlight....or even different tools within a fundamentals tool set, it is hard to understand the best practices for using a tool because it is different with every tool.
For example, using the projection screen tool vs. using the speaker array tool. One has you edit its properties within the Object info pane, the other has you open a whole separate window to edit is properties. Speaking of Speaker Array; I cannot use a predefined symbol as apart of the array, I have to use a generic symbol. I can work around this by inserting a speaker into the generic speaker folder but that is not intuitive or easy. This is a completely different process compared to adding a lighting instrument into a drawing. Finally, advanced tasks throughout the program are not intuitive. A lighting pipe tool by default is not a hanging position? Adjusting the individual objects cut plane on a horizontal section yields results that don't necessarily make sense (and things seem to be buggy depending on your file size?).
My suggestion would be for Vectorworks to spend a year or two focusing on just cleaning up everything, making every tool more intuitive and ensure consistency between every aspect of the program.