I'm new around and just spent an hour looking at the website, tutorials, built sites and the forums.
Apart from the really confusing pricing structure that seems to add new money to pay on ever additional thing you need and also hide limitations instead of clearing communicating prices i'm still confused if Webflow would be right for me.
Basically webflow looks exactly right: I'm looking for a CMS that enables me to have a blog with a bit of a complex data structure as i don't only want to post blog posts but also do product rewviews and therefore have different products listed based on their types and add some more complexity. This could be done with Wordpress utilizing custom fields and post types but would require quite some coding and individual template work. Webflow looks great for this on first sight though it might probably be a bit more limited than wordpress.
But then again Webflow seems to focus so much on designers and i'm really unsure about how solid it is for real data driven webapps? All sites that i have seen in the public site listing are somehow design prototypes. I couldn't find a single real data driven website that offers more than a standard blog? Also i don't see any details on hosting - how are the limitations there, how performant and reliable is the "CMS hosting" that costs me additional 20$ per month? Don't get me wrong - 20$ could be a fair price if it's able to handle a medium amount of traffic on the db driven sites. But how about if the site is growing and needs more attention. The walled garden of a custom CMS that can't be self hosted doesn't allow any take away if i get that right. Is there any form of export for the data? I know i can export HTML and CSS but how about the more important stuff: the data?
Maybe i'm just too blind to get my head around all that stuff now but somehow i wish the structure of pricing and plans could be so smart and clear as the application looks to me on first sight.