I'm sorry for taking so long to respond. Thanks for posting.
When Draw was created it was designed as, well, an adjunct to Illustrator CC. Something that would enable people to start a project away from the desktop... and then complete it on the desktop.
People have begun using it for more. That has intensified since the introduction of Apple's iPad Pro and Pencil and we receive many requests and suggestions for making the app more "useful." And we take them to heart with regard to Draw's evolution. That said, despite the fact that they are requested with some regularity, I'm not certain what the plan is for incorporating Illustrator-like bezier or selection tools into the app. I wish I had more information for you...
I do pass all comments along to the product team and I'll share yours, in its entirety, with them too.
Thanks again for taking the time to post.
I just want to add my voice requestIng a more robust Adobe Draw. I would gladly PAY for more Illustrator-type precision and functionality. It’s simply so much easier and natural to draw on an iPad Pro, esp with the Pencil. Right now it feels as though Adobe has deliberately hamstrung Draw in order to differentiate this product (or because free?).
Why, for instance, can't we combine elements from different files or create a shape and then import it into a draw file? Or load cool Illustrator Brushes? Or selecting points on a path. I do so much work on my iPad in my lap and it feels much more natural than staring at a screen while drawing with a tablet on a table. I don't need a full illustrator experience, but more precision and ability to create complex illustrations/chapes, etc.
I've been using this app since it was first offered as Ideas—it's a few steps short of amazing, but it really could be that. Something like a vector based Procreate would be REALLY awesome!