Make Illustrator understand the Mask component of SVGs.
When importing SVGs into Illustrator, the application does not seem to be able to interpret the native SVG masks used. Attached are two SVGs. One is the original one, and the other which ends with "illustratorfromsvg" is how the SVG looks in illustrator.
You can open both in your web browser. Notice how the hair of the woman in the SVG that's been opened in illustrator does not cover her shoulders. If you look at the original SVG you can see how the hair is supposed to "mask" her shoulders.
I have explained this more thoroughly in this community thread: https://community.adobe.com/t5/illustrator-discussions/illustrator-does-not-understand-svg-masks/m-p/12403616#M292425
If Illustrator could handle these masks it would save me countless hours since I have to manually create each of these everytime I open an SVG in Illustrator. This is part of a task that I perform on a daily basis so it would be great if the feature could be added.