I have used Adobe Lightroom since its first version was released a long time ago. As is with anything Adobe related, you know you're getting a great product. Everything from its photo tools, to how you can organize your catalog to all the plug-in features with other products, it is the perfect post-photo editor on the market. There are other competitors, that might shine in certain areas better than Lightroom, but they always have a catch. One competitor doesn't have the wide camera support like Lightroom does. Besides all that, the ability for your catalog and photos to sync across multiple devices via Adobe's Cloud, works flawlessly.
The only small complaint is when you have a massive photo library catalog (mine is close to 150,000), when you are running Lightroom on an older iMac and trying to go through photos, it sometimes hangs on going to the next photo, along with the photo resolving to full-res, instead of it being pixelated.
If you want a rock solid, powerful photo editing software, you cannot go wrong with Adobe Lightroom Classic. The integration of it with all the other Adobe family and its strong presence in the cloud through Creative Cloud, is what sets it apart from the competition. It's a complete package all around.
The problems I am solving is in regard to time. As new versions come out, tasks on editing photos become quicker and easier, which frees up my time not stuck in front of a computer and instead out in the world, shooting photos and perfecting my art.