I used inventor previously. never dabbled with solidworks.
Fusion360 is good because of the community, not just the software. Any problem you have is a youtube away from being resolved.
the learning curve with Fusion360 is not very hard either. For the kinds of stuff that I do, I was able to do the basics, such as basic enclosures within an hour or so. It seems that the hardest thing is to know what order to do things in, and make sure things are constrained. I suspect those skills will cover me whichever toolchain I go to.
I still have some of them available at: https://expataudio.myshopify.com/products/pb613-momentary-switch-kit
However, I'm also tempted to move away from these for future designs. The LED's for them are nearly impossible to source unless you buy them with the switches. I have a few hundred LED's in the different colors. From then on, they'll only be available in Red. (unless I want to carry multiple inventory items).
How do you get from 2:24 to 2:25? I have been interested in something like this, just not sure how to produce the finished product. You have a design on the computer, and then the Item in hand. Is it milled?