Recommendations: reduce over-dependence on 3rd party plugins. Centralise ALL CSS styling in one main control panel, with NO inline options within page builders (which defeats the whole point of CSS). Make DEMO data more extensive and varied as so to give a proper sense in preview. Create more extensive theme/colour presets, thus removing the fuss of setting up or customising a CSS theme. Offer more extensive ad varied preset options. Plugin and play.
1 - too many options, configurations, which create more issues in themselves.
2 - can't change colour of main menu sections even after choosing preset colour theme.
3 - too many 3rd party plugins.
3 - too many intricate options for individual page-building items and then with inline CSS styling options on-top of the inbuilt themes and style, and then 3rd party plugin styling and customisation!
4 - lack of coordination between styling and layout options, with a need to define styles for each element and then in the theme styles separately.
5 - The page builders/editors are needlessly complicated with too many options. Please - take a look at Bootstrap CSS - minimal CSS and configuration.
6 - needlessly complex header configuration options. Please - 2 logos and good old responsive breakpoints. All this logo animation and reducing size...
In my opinion, this theme is like trying to figure out a boot failure recovery process in Windows 10 using Command Line. Hours looking with no progress.
Not the simplest blog theme I've worked with.