I develop eLearning products and Fuse was a great way to create quick and easy, drag and drop characters in under 5 minutes. A project just came in that requires 3D characters and to my horror, I've discovered that Fuse has been discontinued and it appears that Adobe does not offer a replacement for this product. Instead, I'm being directed to the Substance suite which is WAY above the technical skillset of the majority of the people in my group. Only a handful of us (myself included) could use these Substance programs. We need Fuse back or something like Fuse, that is quick and easy for people who aren't trying to recreate The Elder Scrolls or characters that look like Ezio Auditore De Firenze. We just need to be able to create regular people for corporate training purposes that we can put a suit on or dress for casual Friday, give them a briefcase, a laptop, and a cup of coffee. No meshes. No virtual clay modeling. Just provide male and female human forms. We put clothes on them. Adjust their body shape, race, age, and ethnicity for diversity and inclusion. and add accessories. The only thing that is better than Fuse is Reallusion's Character Creator. BUT we're already paying for Adobe. Will Adobe address this issue?