Who me? We likely don’t work together as I’ve never used Creo, I use Catia. On the other stuff, I’m of Danish/German decent, I have 3 sisters, no living brothers, but my father had 5 brothers and let’s just say…they were busy guys, haha!!! It’s entirely possible that we’re related. I think something like 0.5% of the people of the World are related to Genghis Khan, there’s probably another 0.5% that are Nelson’s!
All joking aside. I’ve tried quite a few software packages between work, my 3D printers, vinyl cutter, XXL and laser cutter and by far the easiest to just jump into is the Vectric products. I’m not doing a lot of ShapeOKO lately, but I still do all of my sketches in VCarve, export SVG, then feed to my laser software. There’s a few things that are so simple after using more robust software that it can be a curse or blessing, but for flat work and V carving it’s tough to beat. I couldn’t imagine doing a big V carved sign in Catia, it would be frustratingly slow. I picked up VCarve Desktop fairly well within a few days of using it and just reading and watching videos. I go to proper Catia school for 2 weeks every other year or so just to stay up to date and proficient…no comparison, but that’s an apples to avocados comparison. I see folks doing incredible work with Fusion too, but it just wasn’t my cup of tea (foil hat maybe, but I don’t do Cloudware).