I am with horses as an example, for the reason that I did not actually start cat / dog still creating. However I'm sure the similar applies to those as well. At the moment, earlier than you start ranting, I would say that I really like the advanced options that are possible in the CAP. With some basic patterns, a little creativity and a lot of layers you can create stunning patterns and effects. Then I started experimenting with genetics, and found something that really did not like: The "randomness" of genetic inheritance that tends to create "patchwork" as children appears to be assembled from a bunch of different creatures. And usually the worst way possible. While this is great fun for the "challenges rare genetic offspring," is awful if you would like to raise half way "realistic" looking horses. The patterns are shifted and distorted through the body at random. And patterns and belongings which are unruffled of multiple coating are make sure "yes / no" on the way to be inherited or not, layer through layer unconnectedly.