I like the typical ease of use of the program. Once you pick up the basics, it's very easy to maneuver and use Microstation. It's also very simple to share work with others, as long as your files are organized well.
Sometimes the program can easily become unresponsive. Also, it can be difficult at times to find quick solutions to seemingly simple issues. The smaller issues can take a lot of time to fix.
Make sure that you have a good understanding of the basics before moving on to more difficult Microstation work. Figure out how to solve smaller issues that you may run into before they become a recurring problem. Stay organized
Creating horizontal alignment plans effectively. Microstation is great because we can use templates that we already have, and incorporate shape files, rasters, and previous CAD files to make files that present very well.