When you say AutoCAD "didn't really seem like the type of program I wanted" just what were you referring too? I've used AutoCAD to do architectural drawings too. Once I assembled all my block libraries (windows, doors, kitchen appliances, bathroom fixtures, etc.) the job became easier. If there's something you need many manufacturer's these days even provide, free of charge, online access to their AutoCAD block libraries (check out Anderson windows for example) for insertion into your drawing. The blocks can include plan, elevation and even sectional views. Select, download and insert. How easy is that? Maybe plain old AutoCAD is not "automatic" enough for you. Are you looking for something that is more intuitive or that will do most of the work for you? I'm sure you'll get some good suggestions here if you just stick around a bit. Good Luck. Let's us know what you decide and please share with us some insight into what influenced your decision. We can all benefit from the knowledge.