For example, you have:
While is has more features than webflow (eg e-commerce, parallax), its far less intuitive than Webflow. I also found it quite slow on Chrome which is my preferred browser.
Plus the code exported is far from production ready. Heres one single list item from Webydo's Number 1 spotlight site (Houmann Photography)
That's a complete mess in my opinion. All those MenOut, scrollToElement etc JQuery functions shouldn't be inline...
Has direct html/css editing for all elements which is a bonus if you're a developer but the UI and Workflow is a bit messy at present. Its trying to be everything to everyone (HTML site builder, Bootstrap/Foundation editor, Wordpress theme creator, etc etc) which seems like an awful lot of functionality for a very small development team to cope with in terms of bugs, updates etc.
I couldn't give you the pros or cons for Macaw to be honest - on the basis that they don't even have a spotlight gallery of projects created using Macaw I didn't investigate any further at the time.