Much better than before. BUT ...
The basic data reporting framework, a holdover from Quicken Essentials, is still horrid.
That is compared with the old Quicken 2017.
I use Quicken for running a small business. It is FAR better under the new ownership than when Intuit ran the show. Actually, in its formative years, the original qQuicken was a terrific product.
If the current owners overhaul the reporting to allow for far better customization of the data elements, how they are combined and output, that would be terrific.
I use reports not only to output data in Income and Balance sheet forms but also, and this is important, to search for anomalous data elements (eg, incorrect or missing data).
All too often, in my professional experience, database designers focus on data entry foremost and then consider how the user might want to output the data. As for the latter flexibility is the key. That is, the developers will never be able to readily anticipate users needs. Though, if they are also users of the product, that does help make for a better product overall.
So keep up the good work Quicken. But PLEASE a radical overall in Quicken's reporting and data auditing capabilities is needed. It would cut down by 50% that amount of time it takes ensure the database's data are in good and consistent order for timely and meaningful reports.