1st of all, I would love to have "actual threads" rather than the just the cosmetics. If we have it already, someone please tell me where it is, and tell me I don't have to create them from scratch. I've had great luck using larger actual threads in STL rapid prototyping. Its overdue, PTC
2nd: The formatting of the Thread Note is insufficient. We are bound to having a space after a parameter (second bullet below). This is archaic and needs a better "end parameter name" delimiter in note annotations.
We all have "standards" in thread call-outs (okay, many of us) and, although a great attempt, the PTC version lacks consistency with many current standards. Forcing a space at the end of a parameter just doesn't let you do what needs to be done.
I tried to use the very common "4X" on a number of instances and all I could do is "4 X" The same is true for the depth symbol and controlling the number of zeros on the depth callout.
I remember the old days when these still used the dimension parameter that could be seen with the "Switch Symbols" button. We cannot even do this any more that I can see.
I know I haven't researched this a lot (hey, I'm a newbee!) and I really shouldn't have to work this hard to make a good related thread callout per "our" standards, not PTC's. Here we go back to kludging the callout for threads.
PLEASE... work a little harder on making these parameter a little more friendly to use in drawings.