I understand from a performance perspective, Visual Scripting still has some kinks to work out... Instead, this thread is about how much Visual Scripting can actually provide more value than writing C# code. I am open to being convinced otherwise, but until that point, I am seriously considering reverting back to just writing code again... So far, it really just seems like Visual Scripting is for 'not' having to learn to code... I was initially sold on the idea that Visual Scripting could help deal with Dependency visualization and re-factoring... I've discovered, however, that each re-compile of a custom node not only requires re-compilation out of the code editor, but I also have to Regenerate the nodes each time I add ore remove nodes. This Regeneration often hangs up, a much longer process than just changing some code per usual... As for Dependency visualization, I haven't figured out if this actually helps or not. With proper diligence, coding strategies can be used to deal with dependencies in a more tidy manner... Either way, the compiling issue above is enough to make re-factoring a severe pain in the 'A'. There are a few strengths with VSG here and there, but so far it kind of just seems like a crutch for not having to learn to code and/or get good at developing effective coding systems. I am disappointed, I really went into it hoping to find more leverage out of it. I am curious to hear your thoughts, feelings, and suggestions!