If my understanding is incorrect please correct me, but I've been finding sketching in Atom3D (SP2) kind of painful. Snapping to the grid is either all or nothing, and neither mode is all that great. If there's a way you could snap to the grid only when you're close to an intersection (just like how you can with the origin), I would be so much less averse to using the program. Also, I've noticed that if you change snapping modes in the middle of drawing a feature, it completely breaks Atom3D. The interface becomes unresponsive, I can't draw anything else, and sometimes when I exit the sketch the rest of the UI is broken (can't rotate/pan/etc). Is this a bug, or just me? Screencap of glitch: Might want to play this at 1.5x speed, it's kinda boring. Bug starts at 1:38, and shows me failing to be able to draw anything else after toggling snapping. And while I'm here, is it possible to trim lines by clicking and dragging the cursor over several segments? Is this something implemented in Design, but not Atom3D perhaps?