I teach at a high school, and I'm interested in introducing my students to design software being used in the field. The two biggest titles seem to be Vectorworks and WYSIWYG, with WYSIWYG being the only software I have experience with. Since Vectorworks doesn't feature a demo, at least that I could find (I even tried the sales email I found through a link here), I've tried to learn what I can by reading through tutorials online. It strikes me as a very complicated alternative to WYSIWYG? I spent a fair amount of time reading old posts about both programs, but I didn't find any discussions as they might relate to students. What I want to do is purchase a set of laptops and allow students to do design work, checking out the laptops for home or just being able to carry them into the theater. I have the funds setup to begin the process this year. For those of you who have used both, do you have any thoughts on which would be better for high school students? Both seem to be almost equally common in the industry. Any thoughts on ease of training, anything like that? If you were hiring an intern out of high school, what would you want them to know? Many thanks!