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Sorry if this is a dumb question, can't seem to find it, curious to know which themes are more Gutenberg-friendly / block-based. Thanks!
Okay, I dug deeper and will attempt to answer my own question: when I go to my Pro Plus "My Themes" page and sort them by Last Updated, then judging from the descriptions on the Details and Pricing page for each theme, it seems that most of the themes that have been updated since about October 2020 are block-based, or at least block-capable or block-friendly. Older themes don't mention blocks in their descriptions, though I'm sure they could be used with Gutenberg also.
The only themes I could find that are specifically described as a "block-based theme" are most of the Mai themes - Mai Success, Mai Studio, Mai Reach, Mai Delight, and Mai Prosper (but not Mai Law).
For all of the themes that have a marketing video - like Authority Pro, Revolution Pro, Navigation Pro, Magazine Pro, Monochrome Pro, Essence Pro - the videos say it includes starter packs with "block-based demo content".
Some (like Coaching Plus) also list "Gutenberg Block Editor" as a feature.
Hope this helps someone. I'm not digging any deeper, just wanted some hints on which themes would be a good place for me to start exploring an eventual transition from using Beaver Builder to Gutenberg for my clients.
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