You say this, but then go on to say:
Good luck ever using DynTopo with those numbers. I can barely push half a million vertices with Dyntopo before the lag becomes too much. Do you mind sharing your magical version of Blender, because I would love to have that kind performance.
On my hardware Voxel Remesher is capable of reaching around 8-9 million vertices on a human sized sculpt with somewhat reasonable amounts of lag to be able to sculpt. Only with a MultiRes workflow have I been able to push the 20-30 million vertices numbers. I don’t have top of the line hardware, so people who have that will have to weigh in on that discussion.
I don’t recall anyone who has said that 20 million vertices with Voxel Remesher are possible. Only way that I think would make that possible would be if you cut up your sculpt into pieces and worked on individual parts with high density remeshing, but I guess that’s not what you meant by “20 million polygon sculpt bullshit”.
I agree we need better performance. I don’t think there is anyone here who would disagree with that. Still, there are more features that are needed besides performance. Features like booleans, vertex painting, and a destructive version of the Decimate modifier for Sculpt Mode just to name a few.
One of the reasons people have mentioned why they want to sculpt in Blender over ZBrush is that the development for it is super fast and is starting to have some pretty great features that are better than in ZBrush. I.e. Pose, Elastic Deform, Cloth, Slide Relax, etc. Also, Blender is a lot easier to quickly jump into and sculpt with than ZBrush, so there’s that.
Besides, it’s not like people have stopped using ZBrush if they need it. There is no stopping anyone from using both Blender and ZBrush. Based on your “trolling” comment, it is pretty clear to me that you have only skimmed through this entire thread and completely ignored all the times ZBrush users have discussed legitimate grievances with using Blender and how to improve it. You are just poisoning the well by suggesting that people have tried to be disingenuous about what they have said and that they are “trolling” when talking about their own observations from using the software.