Our firm is shopping a new CAD suite for both PC layout and schematic capture. It seems that many of the high-priced, "professional" packages utilize the schematic utility solely as a means of generating a netlist for board layout, the 'publication quality' of the schematic remaining utilitarian at best. Can Eagle generate a decent-looking schematic that can be imported into a product manual or serve for a magazine article, etc. As a benchmark for schematic quality, I have attached a PDF of our current program's output. I hesitate to name the program, but it is probably 20 years old, the company is no longer in business, but it was absurdly inexpensive and only now needs to be replaced. I'd be very appreciative of any direction that contributors of this Forum might lead me to meeting this objective.