Just my 2 cents worth... I have moved to FreeCAD after using a combination of TuboCAD Deluxe and SketchUp Make over the last year (also AutoCAD LT, Drafix, OpenOffice Draw in the past). TurboCAD seems to have more bugs with each new release. SketchUp has a very easy learning curve and is a joy to use; you make great initial progress but I quickly ran into what I consider fundamental problems
• When two lines cross, they cut each other
• When two lines contact each other, they stick together.
• When two lines are exactly congruent, the second line is “absorbed” by the first
I am not a power user (unlike most of the users I read on this forum) but just trying to create my own new house 3D plans and other minor tasks. I appreciate FreeCAD is developed by volunteers with $0 budget but I have found some seemingly easy tasks tedious & little issues/ bugs with the UX especially compared to SketchUp which "just works" so nicely - big development & marketing budget. I initially trialled FC a year ago before deciding it was too complex & confusing and went onto buy (waste) good money on TC. But I returned to FC a month ago after giving up on SketchUp due to the issues listed above. I have no regrets, it is working out the best tool for my requirements, but I simply write my honest experience here as many potential non-power users may be put off too.