What do you like best?
Prismic has helped us craft unique content sitewide, powered by our content team and not developers. Being able to use prismic for wiki data, blog posts, FAQs, terms/privacy policies, marketing pages, etc has been a huge benefit to our team.
Being able to create content types, with custom fields organized how I need them, has been a huge reason I've stuck with Prismic.
What do you dislike?
The strong nature of resistance I've received from support when discussing issues with them. Seem often to brush us off, instead of work with us to solve problems.
The entire way media is handled is frustrating. Being able to upload, browse media, and assign meta details to each item... and then using it in a post is fantastic. But if you make changes to the item after using it, it doesn't propagate.
Same with thumbnails, if you add a new page/style/design to your site, you need to manually go to each and every post and reapply the image, to generate a new round of thumbnails.
It's incredibly tedious, and support has offered no better way insisting that is the option.
Recommendations to others considering the product:
Prismic is fantastic and freeform, but being forced to manually update content after large design changes is a huge hindrance.
What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
Giving our marketing/content full controller of what they're creating, and when they're creating it has been vital. We've created custom inserts in Prismic Slices, that build as our own vue components in the blog post. They have a ton of control on how they build their posts.