The problem with clients looking at a platform like Wordpress is that they don’t see the other potential costs associated with it. Sure it may be cheaper on paper but there’s a lot of overhead that isn’t needed on Webflow.
Personally I don’t work with Wordpress sites at all as I’ve found they create more issues than they solve, but thankfully (for the client) there are about a billion developers out there who specialize in it. Ultimately it comes down to needs of the client as to whether I recommend Webflow, Shopify (the other platform I work with regularly) or suggest they look at another developer.
My clients love the Editor so I see that as a huge value add. If they need to update content, then the price I quote for monthly/yearly cost is based around the CMS Site Plan.
That said, if the Basic Site Plan included even a single collaborator I’d be able to bring a lot more folks onto the platform.