I would like to hear peoples opinion and stories of how their offices are dealing with a switch to Revit, or how they are working with both products, and how consultants or anyone else that needs drawings. We have had issues before, and have since backed off Revit a little. I think that the issue is the fact that not everyone uses Revit, and that our conultnants need drawings that they can work in, that and its been a year or so since i have been in Revit, the details the are provided were just ok, and we wanted more, so we ended up do our details in CAD.
Ok i'm done. Just drop me a line, give me your 2 cents on all of this, it would be nice to hear how other people are dealing with this.