You take waaaay too long with insipid 2-d lines before getting to the cool stuff in 3d space.
Most art directors would stop watching before you got there. Really nice path with 3d
elements springing up as you go. Nice displacement and other 3d work. You just need
to brutally cut it down.
I've been in the biz long enough to remember being crucified by a buggy Premiere,
At that time, Adobe flatly refused to clean it up, apparently because of not wanting to step on the toes of Avid. I remember editing corporate videos in After Effects. It was hell, but at least a 5-day render didn't crash in the final 10-minutes, and ruin the entire render. And AE didn't annihilate other video files on the hard drive.
Only when FCP came along did Adobe think about making Premiere decent.
My fear is what will happen when Adobe has the low-end editing monopoly again.
Also Adobe has this tradition of attempting to herd all of its users to peecees - rumor had it that Adobe was being paid for the courtesy.
For these reasons, I am going to try to stick with FCP, and hope.