Draft profile is an interesting one, Some 3rd party resin companies are developing resins to suit that profile on the Form2. I have included below a sneak preview of one such resin (red in colour), the 300um layer height is clearly visible. As you can see its nicely defined.
One of the greatest issues with the mode (in the third party resin) is not definition or dimensional accuracy, but the deletion of oxygen in the build layer (the PDMS) as the print progresses over time. Without the wiper (in open mode) the adhesion forces of the print to the PDMS increase as the print progresses. The x/y res is the same as any other print, its simply that the layer is 300um high in draft mode
To give a comparison the detail below are two prints in Clear Version 4 with a 100um layer height, if anythig the layers end up “softer,” that softness is caused through light bleed of Clear V4
A high definition resin (yellow in image below) does not suffer the same softness: (again with 100um layer height)