I love the new capabilities in Export Audio, making it much easier to mix down to stems. I usually use the option to create a new Cubase project with these, in a different folder, which works great so far, save for a couple things:
Need to be able to export the global tracks to the new project, too, e.g., Markers, Tempo Track, Signature Track, Transpose Track, et al. It’s ironic that these are not there, given that having the global tracks in the Key Editor is a new C11 feature. Me, I especially need the Marker Track in the new project. The workaround: open both the original and new Project and copy the tracks.
The new Project really should be a clone of the original Project, wrt. Audio Connections, Project Colors, Project Window layout (for example, I enable the option for Transport Bar to be at the bottom of the Project Window, but this setting is not set in the new Project. It’s just an annoying waste of time to have to find and fix all these different settings, and that impedes workflow.
I suppose you could get fancy and have an option for the new Project to be configured like another Project, i.e., the current (original) one, another Project, a Project Template, or Factory Defaults. Actually, that makes a lot of sense, as often you’re creating a stems Project to give to someone else; if they gave you a Project or Project Template configured like they like it, the stems Project you create would be immediately ready-to-go in the new environment.