I got one more for the List:
RapidWeaver is completely template based, so no tool for unicorns. Some templates are responsive some are not. I tried to create a page without using a template, but that is not possible. You can use „stacks“ - which seem to be frameworks like Foundation - to overcome that template limitation, but that’s that doesn't make very much sense.
The interface is very clear and once you get the idea of its template focused hermeneutics RapidWeaver is probably quite understandible and easy to use.
You can inject HTML, css, java script and even php, but I didn‘t try to.
RapidWeaver has a lot of features built in such as FTP, automatic nav bar, hamburger menu and addons for contact form, iFrame, sitemap, photo galeries and so on, plus thousands of commercial addons, plug-ins, themes and stacks from external developers. I guess there is something for everything coming from that community.
RapidWeaver is around since 2004 and is for MacOS only. Its is in its version 6 now and v7 is in beta testing phase. It costs 89,90 € and there is a trial with no time limit for 3 pages. I think that is a very good deal, but I would find it rather expensive to buy an assortement of extras for what I would think I would need.
Rapid Weaver is developed by Realmac Software, which is a team of english developers from Brighton.
I always had an eye on RapidWeaver, but that template thing just kept me off trying it. Compered to Freeway Pro, where you can also use templates, RapidWeaver always lost the competition for me, because there you can build a site completely from scratch with all the HTML/ CSS/ JS of your choice plus also use plug-ins from a community.
But - I always loved the design of Realmac’s website and application icons and so on, very much. I think they have an exellent taste, just the opposite of say the Coffe Cup guys. Their own website is almost perfectly executed, except for a strange hover decision, but there is no such a thing as a careless designed footer, like on the Sparkle website (still not fixed). Nevertheless I never bought a product, because I wouldn’t want or needed to use one. Maybe I try Ember, which is a scrapbook for design thingis.