I am very impressed with what Shotcut can do, especially for a free program. On a lark, I found you can export and .edl file and load it into Adobe Premiere Pro. The only problem is the lack of timecode. In Premiere Pro, the clips are in the correct order but they all start from the first frame of the clip, not the in and out you set in Shotcut. If you can fix that issue, it would be huge for the industry. We could do rough cuts in Shotcut and finishing in Premiere Pro, or other editing programs. I am a journalist that writes for a major industry publication that talks production and Post production. If you can make this work, I have been approved to do an article about Shotcut. I’m ready when you are!
While you are at it - In addition to .EDL files, if you could export as Final Cut .XML files, I think Premiere Pro reads the transitions better. However, reading clip timecode is an absolute priority, and will get you more users.