This review from Themeisle is another one that covers more how to use it than why it is good.
In fact, the review, up until the short conclusion reads very much like a basic guide. This is a reasonable way to introduce the reader to the features on offer, but it doesn't feel like the author is really trying to tell the reader what is so good (or bad) about Elementor.
If you ever need to deactivate Elementor at some point in the future, you can rest easy knowing that it’s not going to leave behind a mess of shortcodes like WPBakery Page Builder or the Divi Builder.
There is one point where they talk about Elementor not leaving shortcodes hanging around if the plugin is removed. Apart from that, there is no mention as to what features are better implemented in Elementor as opposed to other page builder plugins, or conversely which features are not so well implemented in Elementor, or indeed missing.