because they are more at a level of Elements.
That's odd, certainly from a technical image quality point of view. For example, the scaling quality of Photoline is superior to Photoshop CS6, since it offers Lanczos-3 and Lanczos-8 resampling filters, and they are implemented well, and in 16-bit/channel. This produces much better results when e.g. down-sampling for web-publishing, and virtually all images must be down-sampled to prevent bandwidth issues. That also produces better quality when correcting e.g. keystoning, or other warping/morphing of images.
I've just been tinkering with the selection/masking tools, and they seem to challenge even Photoshop CS6 in ease of use and quality.
It is possible to set the display resolution in order to preview output at the actual size, a feature recently removed from Photoshop CS6 Cloud version, don't know if Elements still offers it.
Of course one can proof output, fully color-managed obviously (16-bit/channel also helps to avoid the need to dither when converting between Colorspaces).
EXR and PDF files are supported.
And there are probably others I have yet to try. I'm genuinely impressed by what it can do.