I have no dog in the hunt in terms of the MAC end of CorelDRAW as I do not and will not support MAC, but one would think to spur professional support for he application a dual license would make sense.
The only way Corel are going to make a success of this project is by offering a dual license and probably chuck in a copy of Parallels too. So those transitioning form Parallels to native can always go back, and those purchasing native can revert to a PC version on Mac/Parallels.
At the moment those commenting most on here are those using the PC version running under parallels on a Mac. And of course they're not happy, the experience is poor in comparison it seems.