Just doing a proof read of it, hope you don’t mind:
Both offer the selection of vertices, edges, faces, and objects. In Silo these correspond to the keys A,S,D,F for quickly changing modes. Blender has an Object Mode and Edit Mode, toggled with TAB. In Edit Mode, CTRL+TAB brings up a menu to select vertices, edges, or faces. Silo offers faster switching and also the editing of two objects at the same time, which isn’t terribly important as Blender can easily join meshes, separate parts of a mesh, and selet linked vertices.
That was the only typo I spotted, good job!
I felt like it was a good read, sometimes a bit confusing on which package you were talking about but overall I think it was a good comparison.
I sure wish blender had that inset bevel tool, or even a built-in bevel. And thanks for the credit at the end, wasn’t necessary but it was nice of you.