Now that Dorico has real-time entry with piano staff keyboard split, may I suggest adding the option for keyboard split in step-entry as well? This is a feature of Cubase score editor and other DAW’s that make it easy to hash out an idea and quickly see the results as a rough piano score. I find stepping easier than real-time stopping and starting, and by using midi-keys to control key commands, with a split a user could enter both melody and harmony simultaneously as a musical idea unfolds, rather than, in the traditional step entry fashion, trying to back-track, hunt for the commands and end up losing the thought. This method obviously has drawbacks (ie note durations), but those can be overlooked in the “initial rough draft” and fixed later. Musical purists wouldn’t use it, and few (if any?) notation editors have it, but I’d bet there’s an untapped audience who would appreciate your pushing the envelope and offering it.