Hello, I must say the IDE probably still needs substantial fixes and improvements:
Serial monitor does not allow higher speed than 115200, but some ESP32 programs use 921600 as default, so in such case there is no possibility to monitor anything.
The IDE mimics VS Code or uses its core, so I would expect some basic VS Code features to be present. Most wanted: if a compilation error occurs, I would like to move to the respective source line by clicking or double-clicking the error line.
the ESPtool included with IDE 2.0 seems to be very picky about serial port. While flashing a program from command line using esptool I installed in Python 3.9 is a 100% success, with the IDE it is 50/50 at the best and right now I am unsuccessfully attempting 25 times to flash a sketch into TTGO LoRa32 (a minor change in existnig sketch, already uploaded in about 8 successive versions).
At this moment its use is only limited.