Absolutely Revit is a fully reliable piece of drafting software, and the more you use it to detail complex junctions, the better it gets. Beware though, the learning curve is steep, and its very different from AutoCAD. One you get your head around parameters, the family editor, and building clever line-based detail components, you will realise that its incredibly powerful - hence being so expensive haha
This Google Group is actually for a coding platform that lets you extend Revit beyond being just a drafting platform though, so it might not be quite what youre after. Good luck!