I'm new to all the helpful software but I'm going to bet on Fusion 360's January addition of Electronics:
https://new.engineering.com/story/fusio ... cal-design
I've been pleasantly surprised with their parametric 3D modeling. One of their stated guiding philosophies is "to integrate as many tools as possible across a single workspace". I'd say I'm rooting for them because I want that. I want to 3D model my DEC keyboard's plastic assembly to have a rail that will slide in a row of Amoeba single switch. I'm hoping I can bring in mtl's schematics and layout. That article mentions a lot of great things about knowing the size of both and telling you when there's a problem. I'll let you know if any of it works out.
Not sure why it's FRAGGIN eagle to you but I'm hoping with the integration work they've fixed some of what you didn't like. And it's free to hobbyists.