CorelDRAW does not exist in a vacuum. I get those specific industries that need to use CorelDRAW but for everyone else outside of those niche cases, the ability to advocate for DRAW is shrinking rapidly against stiff competition from lower-priced but near equally capable competitors. Seriously rethink the subscription-only model and VERY seriously consider lowering the price. Every CorelDRAW competitor is catching up faster than the software is innovating features.
I gave up the subscription just because of the nonsense per-month price raise and the unfixed bugs in the software.
I have no such problems with Adobe, for example. Their developers pay much more attention to details and the annoying bugs are fixed within weeks.