I have been playing with the native subD for the last few weeks on a new M2Pro Mac after many years using tSplines in R5 in emulation on the an old i7 MBP.
I love it. Well done McNeel. So nice to be able to use so many of the native Rhino commands with subD objects that would break a tSpline object or at best create a ghost mesh. I find it pretty easy to roughly make things like this with a limited knowledge of native subD.
However I have issues with workflow on the Mac in R7 so for now have fixed my old MBP Pro i7 15 inch with parts from a few other computers I purchased. So back to running Rhino in Parallels on the Mac with tSplines for subD.
Will play with the Mac version a bit more until my 3 month trial runs out but for work it is back to R5.
@theoutside I am on the 3 month Mac trial so do not have access to the beta of R8. This next bit is typed with the friendliest intent…Something as I get older stops me from purchasing software that I know does not suit me and that I will have to I assume pay to upgrade again shortly?
As much as I would love to contribute I can still use R5 quicker than R7. Will give R8 a try once it is out. Thanks again.