I agree, for someone making some of thier living off of writing adventures. However I’m mor interested in local communities and legal PFS content like the CCC model.While there may the people wanting to create, would there be people wanting to buy?
Because while I love the DMs Guild, the sales numbers are not that great. There are a very few creators that do okay with it, but when you consider that PF is significantly less popular than 5E, it is much harder to justify the effort and expense in a product - especially with added costs over DTRPG or other platforms. Is Golarian really worth that much?
(MT Black recently released a Call of Cthulhu adventure under their Community Creator system. He found it an interesting experiment, but the sales numbers don't justify him spending more time with that program).
Also I know quite a few DMsGuild authors that created one or only a few adventures, not to make money, more like a bucket list item. I suspect there are lots of those on the PF side. One of them is actually a very good author.