Even though your question isn't directed at me, I am a relatively new owner, and have about 10 projects under my belt, nearly all designed in Fusion 360. I would say that Fusion 360 is not hard to learn the basics, but learning what all of the settings do in each tab of the toolpath can take some time. Work on simple designs until you get the hang of Fusion. The good thing about Fusion is that there are plenty of Youtube Videos out there like those by Lars Christiansen (https://www.youtube.com/user/cadcamstuff/featured). Look through his playlists for the basics videos. Also the Fusion Fridays series by NYC CNC is helpful to me as well for picking up new Fusion skills.
The big thing about Fusion is that it works great for making 3D shapes and cuts, but I have found that doing text work (engraving, v-carving, signs, embossed letters, etc.) can be problematic. I'm probably going to bite the bullet and buy V-carve Desktop for doing some of the text based projects I have in mind, as from what I have seen here, most people prefer it. Fusion lacks some critical functions like aligning blocks of text easily and is frustrating when you are trying to chose a font and size, as it doesn't remember settings and you have to redo everything from one block of text to another. I had better luck doing V-carving in Carbide Create than I did in Fusion.