well yeah right blender ldoes look cleaned up, i should have bitched at the navigation only
i tried a script from @Michael_Meyer who had taken the basis from @nathanletwory if i am not mistaken which was supposed to set the navigation to rhino like, but it did not work properly for mac, depending on which mode you where in the navigation stopped working and utilized the standard navigation again driving me nuts. wasting days trying to set it up i finally gave up. also i still can use cinema so i am not that urged and i have used cinema for more than 20 years. relearning all the fancy stuff will not be that simple and many functions are not that easy if at all to handle in blender according to a vast feasibility study i made. blender is a serious tool, not that i am trying to bash its ability, but its just too awkward right now. also changing the navigation to a more standard like as they have done just a few versions ago did not help getting it right in my opinion.
also one simple thing which was just unbelievable, which nobody seems to worry about is how fast you can zoom in and out, there is not a single setting for it and researching the web up and down did not yeald any freaking results… well if i can not even move and navigate as i want then its just no fun, no matter if its free and how many really nice features it provides. navigation is one of my core elements to function fast and sufficient, something which i am very concerned about rhino either. the functions are neat gimmicks but i have to move fast once i have an idea, getting knots into my fingers brains and patience is just no good then.