Let ADSK choose the right software for you... or not?

Today, when I went to the Autodesk Students website (http://students.autodesk.com) I was greeted with a "Product Selector". By answering a few basic questions, the most appropriate (Autodesk) software for your purpose is suggested. While I was not surprised at the answer, it was plain obvious that whatever you choose that is related to architecture, building or construction, the answer would be "Revit" in almost every single case.

Select a project > house > Revit
Select a project > building > Revit
...

Select a field of study > Building and Infrastructure Design > Architectural Engineering > Revit
Select a field of study > Building and Infrastructure Design > Architecture > Revit
Select a field of study > Building and Infrastructure Design > Civil Engineering > Revit, Civil 3D, Infrastructure Modeler or AutoCAD
Select a field of study > Building and Infrastructure Design > Construction Management > Navisworks, Quantity Takeoff or Revit
Select a field of study > Building and Infrastructure Design > Structural Engineering > Revit
...

Surprisingly, even Landscape Design points to Revit.


I tried a few others that are related to architecture, design and construction and still have to discover the path to AutoCAD Architecture. Even AutoCAD was hardly the answer to my question. There is a link to a "full list" of supported products and there you get most of the software.

While I do welcome a more friendly way to advice visitors to the most appropriate tool for the task at hand, I don't really see the added value over it here.