Aryan wrote:Once your subscription runs out you will no longer be able to use the software until you purchase a new subscription.
GWA wrote:Thanks for the comments, but here is my point of view on all matters CAD:
I use AutoCAD LT as I have done for many years, and I am very quick with it as I use a lot of dynamic blocks which I have created. I have recently jumped onto the BIM bandwagon with Revit LT as I got a good upgrade price from LT to Revit LT Suite at £500, or about 1000 Australian dollars? That was the only reason I did it, as I hate Autodesk with a passion. I have point blank refused to go the way of the annual subscription/hijack or lose the right to upgrade if I miss a year.
I wish I hadn't added Revit to my upgrade, as like many others I assumed this is the way to go. Well it's not. It's all over the net: BIM this and BIM that etc etc... Here in the UK it is only compulsory to be using BIM if you work in the public sector or national health etc. I do neither. In my line of work "residential extensions & new builds" a pencil and paper will actually suffice. BIM is out there because of lazy and badly educated people not being able to interpret/take off a set of working drawings and bad drafting and design. Revit is actually useless when it comes to revite's, conversions & renovations of existing or older properties.
SU is not worth spending more money on.
Revit is useless, unless you are doing new builds from scratch.
I will stick with LT2014 as it works, and Autodesk are not getting another penny from me.
arky09 wrote:I have to agree $395 is a reasonable price, but keep in mind it is only an introductory price. I believe the regular price is $750 (correct me if I am wrong). I will be happily pay $395 annually, but not so sure about paying $750. Unless PlusSpec grandfather us in, then I am having second thoughts about purchasing/renting the software.
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