A number of my coworkers and I have switched to resolve for video editing and color correction. Fairlight has been good enough that on smaller projects (2 to 6) tracks I just edit, mix and master the audio in resolve. For me the turning point was when they introduced 3rd party plug-ins on the master track. It has gotten to the point were it really is a complete one stop shop for post production as long as you have a computer that can handle it, are not dealing with a huge amount of audio tracks, are not composing scores in midi, have decent audio plug-ins to use with it and can wrap your head around node based workflow for visual effects and composting. Fortunately most of what I do fits within that.