Da Vinci Resolve is a very top-noth all-in-one editing software.
I switched to Resolve from Premiere, and I'm very happy of it.
It's a very powerfull tool for editing (expecialy in the last version, with the "cut" page) and colo correction/grading, and I really appreciarte that blackmagic is trying to do a all-in-one solution.
But there are some problems that make it not so good as a all-in-one:
the audio support for some professional audio interface is not so good (I have an old firewire audio-card, fully supported on Windows, but not supported so weel on Da Vinci).
The "edit" and the new "cut" pages are great but i would prefer to have only one page, with the possibility to choose the layot, in order to not to make a mess in the interface.
The interface is good and fashion to look.. but I really would prefer a customizabile one, like Premiere's one (I have a dual monitor with an ultrawide monitor, and I want to be able to customize the interface as I want).
The fairlight page is very good and powerfull, but the interface is very messy... the way the sotware let you to edit the audio (for example work on a VST) is graphically too comicated; I Would prefer a more classic style, like Cubase, or Reaper.
The performance are very good, all the software is really faster then premiere on the same PC, and the GPU accelleration is very excellent.
It permit you to work on a entire project without problems, when Premiere crashes.
The software is very professionist-oriented, and it's very stable, but I would like a bit more personalizzation.
I would like also a sort of "dynamic link" with a graphic software such as Photoshop or Affinity Photo or Designer.
The setup is not really simple, you have to manually set-up the color space, the nits of your monitor ecc... It's not so good if you came from Premiere or Final cut Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.