"I lost a lot of my deductions"
Every W-2 worker lost 100% of their employee deductions. A former client is a concertmaster, and four years ago purchased a $250,000 violin. I'm glad I wasn't around when his new preparer had to explain the $8000 he was expecting in refunds every year from depreciating the violin won't be happening anymore.
Another client was a frail old grandmother when I started doing her taxes 20 years ago. Now she's a 87 year old great-grandmother, and she's had the exact same numbers every year: same interest, same social security, same donations to her church...and same $600 refund. Last February, she got less than $300 for a refund. Why? The charity she gave to her church had always put her over the top in itemized deductions. Now, it didn't move the needle.
Speaking of, three days prior I had a newly-retired couple. They had no mortgage, no SALT to speak of, other than ~$500 in personal property taxes on their cars, and about $4K in real estate taxes. I said I'd sew the patient up, and the wife spoke up, saying she had charity donations. They've always donated ~$11K/year to their church and other good causes.
I looked at the form, did some quick math, and turned to her and said, "Joyce, you guys could've donated $22,000...and it wouldn't have moved the needle. I should NEVER be able to say that, ever, unless the taxpayer has no liability to start.
If ANYONE is looking for "hurt" in the new code, look at charities: the financial incentive to donate has been stripped away from the middle class of America.