As Piklist has a variety of options to work with, it is a lot you need to know before you can arrange more complex solutions. It's with Bushnell to speak: easy to learn, hard to master. It's way cleaner as for example Pods.
This is a very good plugin for back-end development, but support for front end forms is lacking and it's been "in development" for two years now, if the support request dates are accurate. So if you're doing anything that requires front end input from visitors, this is not the plugin framework you are looking for.
But, if everything you're doing is all back end, I found it faster to prototype and get things up and running than CMB2.
(my original two star rating was a mistake)
...and good support from the developers too.
It works as advertised but has lackluster docs (only a guide without an api listing) and weird edge cases.
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