I'm all Capture One now, after many years of migrating back and forth through many other options.
ACDSee Ultimate is now a fully fledged RAW developer as well, but there are better RAW tools. It is an EXCELLENT "D.A.M." (digital asset manager)
I used to recommend (and use!) Bibble/Corel Aftershot, but the more Corel does to what was a wonderful tool that they bought, the more they seem to break it It won't even run on my current workstation without crashing every 5 minutes or so.
C1 has some oddities in the batch processing gui that I still find a little less than intuitive, but the other day I wanted to make 1/2 sized jpegs from a huge pile of raw files, and only do minor tweeks to a small percentage along the way, crops etc,. and the process was easier and much faster than with any other tool I have used. So once you get a handle on the output, it is FAST and fluid to use.
How is C1 as a digital asset manager these days? I used C1 for years but didn't like version 7 I think and would definitely like to give it another go.
If it could fully replace LR, the only downside is recreating my library. That and I still imagine I'll want Photoshop so I'd probably wind up on the hook for both.
I'd use C1 again without its library features if I could but I vaguely recall them being obtrusive in version 7.