Perfect summary - not much to add indeed.
Who knows? Segun and me for sure. And some others as well.
All my projects start by text - at least I’m trying to follow this path.
So in all theory, you can add this text and paste it directly into your page. UH - how ugly! Yep - but now you can start wrapping this text into single p-Tags and H-Tags. Still ugly? sure - you’re right - or not? Well what do have right now? Rough wireframe of production? I’d call it the latter. Cause now you can start to structure your paragraphs and headings into divs (semantically or not) and make it responsive. Once done - you’ve got a website cause all you need is readable information which perfectly matches all thinkable browser-window widths.
The bells and whistles one - WP included (never used this feature though).
The MOST IMPORTANT thing with Pinegrow for me:
You don’t create app depending documents (such as .freeway, .bloc, .whatever). You create and maintain native browser-readable files. You can open any code available out there using it as a starting point. Because there is NO “Import” or “migrate” - it’s simply code. It doesn’t hide you from code. It’s a team-player with other apps (as long as you know what you’re doing).
There is no “wireframing” or “prototyping” anymore. Once you developed the projects goals and contents - you start. I could think of being a perfect tool for you, too - cause what I saw from you in the past, you’re pretty much the same than me, aren’t you?