I’d say many beginners in here and in the wider community wouldn’t agree. I’d suggest that both adafruit and sparkfun having large repositories of Fritzing parts (but not as far as I know any kicad parts) speaks for itself, their customer base appear to like Fritizng better than kicad. I came here via egda which appeared 4 or so years ago to be dieing much like Fritzing has been, with armed camps among the developers having flame wars rather than developing and a code base in scheme where the support for the language was dieing which Fritzing doesn’t have, along with currently not many developers, to kicad which didn’t suit me to Fritzing which does. If you are willing to spend some time learning it Fritzing mostly works fine if you don’t want more than 2 layer boards (which many of our users don’t). If it doesn’t work for you by all means use one of the others, there are lots of them. It has bugs and more importantly was not finished before the research funding ran out, so isn’t complete. The change to open source has not so far been that successful, but that may be changing. Parts creation is currently a mess but is being worked on, but even at that once you are past the learning curve parts creation isn’t that bad (although it certainly could be made easier.) That will only happen if a bunch of someones step up and make it happen. We will see if that becomes true over time.