I like that the software allows me to simultaneously create the floor plan while I build the model three-dimensionally. As a designer, this makes the process of designing a space quicker since I can create floor plan drawings and a three-dimensional model of the space at the same time. Also, I like the program's organization of different drawings located along the left side.
I believe that the rendering quality can be approved. Other programs, such as V-ray, typically create renderings that are a lot more realistic due to its accurate portrayal of artificial and natural light in the space and how light interacts with objects. It requires a lot of time and tweaking in order to create a convincing rendering. Also, the software requires a lot of working memory, depending on the size of the file, which often causes my computer to shut down.
I would suggest that others make sure that their computers can accommodate the amount of memory needed when using Revit LT. I bought a new computer that would have been able to work along with Revit LT's memory usage, but within two years, my computer completely crashed due to the overload of memory usage. I needed to upgrade to a better processor so that it would work correctly. I wish I knew earlier what to purchase in order to be able to use Revit LT.
Revit LT has more cost-effective, streamlined BIM software than Revit. Yet, it is a bit more restricted in features. I currently create floor plans and models of existing spaces in the software and then design these spaces with 3D modeling. I create working drawings on this software in order to carry out the desired design with in the space.