I have been using VcarvePro for over a year. The interface is very simple yet you can do a lot with it. The CAD features have been all I needed for any project I have done as a hobby user. I have not pushed the software anywhere near it limits.
I don't think you can go wrong in getting VcarvePro.
If you have not already done so, download the demo, all the features are enabled and if you create projects with the demo version you can still use them once you have a licensed version as long as you are using the same pc.
The Vectric team is very quick to answer any question about the software if you have any problems. If you post a question on the Vectric forum you will most likely get an answer from someone on the Vectric team in short order even on the weekends. The support from Vectric is top notch.
The user base using the Vectric forum are very knowledgeable and are also very quick to help with any question posted.
Best money I have spent on any software of any type.