I was unaware of the Virtual Composer plugin to this theme when I purchased it. Make sure you look into what that is. It's a WYSIWYG editor with a bunch of "features" that makes you work with it, or else.
For example, based on the way this theme is written, you must use the VC form feature, and cannot simply use forms on WordPress when and where you want to.
I haven't gotten too involved to find more limitations (it's a purchased theme, I am not looking to break it), but core functions of WP are being taken over with this feature or theme and there's a bunch of built in idiosyncrasies that you'll have to learn to use VC and this plugin.
Personally, I avoid learning new things that aim to solve all my problems on top of an app or language or task that I am already familiar with. My knowledge of WordPress is not worth much with VC and this plugin, in fact much of what I've learned can't be used because this plugin says it can't.
If you don't want to learn WordPress, but still use it and you don't mind committing time to becoming familiar with a 3rd party add on that may or may not be around in 2 years, then this theme may be right for you!