PROBLEM - MULTI-BODY PARTS REQUIRE EACH ITEM TO BE DETAILED MANUALLY
Now you are in a situation, where creating drawings is a manual process. Each item needs a detail, whether you detail with multiple items on 1 sheet or 1 sheet for each item. It is slow and laborious. After the first project, you will be left wondering if there is an easier way to detail.
Also you may have Welded Members as configurations in 1 part that show only the components for the welded members. Take a brace for instance, the brace is added to a drawing on a slope and the drawing view needs to be rotated to make it horizontal on the view. This view requires rotating again if the brace slope changes. Another slow repetitive process.
Cut Lists are great for a solution where the frame is simple for a bill of material on a drawing. Try getting quantities of welded members, oh yes that's manual. We know, we've been there also.
Or maybe you have decided to export the bodies and their custom properties out as parts to form assemblies. Which is a great idea. Now each part still needs to be added to drawings and detailed manually. Oh and do not forget that it's going to be very difficult for you to change the project after you have issued the drawings for review. It's not a bi-directional backwards process of splitting bodies into parts. Making a change will require splitting of the bodies and managing those bodies into parts again.
Steel Designer Pro’s Consolidation process combines identical items with a BOM on a single drawing. The parent drawing of multiple parts is the only one that needs to be checked and detailed. And if the part came from your library then most or all of the detailing is already done.