Gutenberg will be the new WP editor, wither or not users want it. WP Tavern posted about the mixed user reviews at (https://wptavern.com/gutenberg-plugin-garners-mixed-reactions-from-new-wave-of-testers).
I try to be open to change. I understand that programs need to evolve to meet the needs of the user. I am also very aware that I am not a programmer nor a web developer. I have a very limited knowledge so I am not an educated authority on the topic. In my attempt at learning, Gutenberg became my default text editor for my sites.
The issue I have is the block editing. This is distracting and unwieldy. I want to create a post. I don’t enjoy writing when every block of text has it’s own option sections. I also want the option to edit my entire post using the HTML editor. I don’t want to go through each paragraph and select “Edit as HTML.” I don’t want pictures to be its own block. I want to add a picture and choose where it’s located with ease. In Gutenberg, the picture is its own editing block. Once the image is set then it is very difficult to impossible to change its location.
I know that like it or not I must learn to love Gutenberg. I trust that WordPress is reaching out to a broader range of uses. I also know that the Gutenberg Editor will become intuitive. I am worried that the new core editor may make the WP experience more cumbersome.
Learn more about Gutenberg at https://wordpress.org/gutenberg/.