I have no intention of switching across from Tink to anything. It's like an extension of my brain -
nothing comes close in intuitiveness or lack of intrusiveness into creative flow for me. Yes, it's too bad that Autocad is only interested in marketing it to grade schoolers, so we don't get stuff like DXF export, nonetheless it's become a key component of my professional life for the past five years. I may look into Inkscape just for the ability being discussed here, that of bringing irregular outlines or drawings into KiCad.