... I am also using Family Historian as a side program as many of the features are tempting me in that direction.
I have had a deep look at FH and love it to the point I will certainly buy it after free trial but... I do not succeed in working with RM and FH together; exporting from RM to FH and reimporting to RM results to loss of (detailed) data (and when reimporting in FH again). I find source management in RM easier to manage (pure arbitrary personal preferences) but tree view and location management in FH are also what I am looking for. Photo management is also better, I wait for RM8 to decide how I handle the photos.
My conclusion is to use RM for input and edit data and use FH to get my data to speak (especially family members who are willing to see the full tree picture).
1. The millenials want instant fixes from online sources regardless of whether they are accurate or not, genealogy in a weekend and the market seems huge.
2. Genuine researchers want more analytical and proofing tools to prove and strengthen their years of hard mostly manual work, they are few like dinosaurs.
Being a millennial and loving quick easy technology, I started with option 1, had a 3500 person tree (up to 18 generations) within a month!
Unfortunately, having nearly no source but shared trees, I think I have about 75 people having children after death or that sort of errors (I also have a same person (birth date, death date and locations) appearing at different places with different parents). I have very often overwrote birthdates because of a slight difference but obviously same person (not knowing which one was right). The issue is the input was not tracked, nor correcting/overwriting them, I don't know what was done, checked, where it comes from and therefore can not trust anything anymore on that tree. With databases, we say "shit in, shit out": if your data entry is not qualitative, all queries and extractions will be wrong.
So I moved to RM and, even though I would put my sources, I noticed the automatic importation of online data (Family Search, Ancestry,etc.) gets me to the same problem: I am not sure of my data and to me, reliable is a "yes or no" answer.. So the millennium guy I am ends up entering each person and fact with its sources manually, copy-pasting with reference and scanning papers with my smartphone...but my database is 100% reliable (even though some facts are not proven yet). Still, I try to take full advantage of web sources: I order birth certificates (national and abroad) online, a quarter of my tree grew in the same region (Antwerp in Belgium) for centuries and that part is digitalised, free and online,...best of all, the data I could not get because people were still living (mainly 1st and 2nd cousins living abroad) could even be found on public profiles in Facebook and/or Linkedin! But let's face it, I could not do genealogy without internet, that would be a full time job.