Adobe pissed him off for switching over to a subscription system. Wacom pissed him off with a series of UI/UX choices. But as designers know, it's easy to get locked into your workflows, and for industrial designer Eric Strebel, that was Photoshop on a Cintiq for sketching, which he struggled with for years.
Until now. Here Strebel explains why he's switching his sketching over to an iPad Pro and Affinity--not run natively on the tablet, but using Apple's Sidecar. (LOL moment in the presentation: "For all you unboxing ASMR freaks.")