The more people describe Steven, the more you realize he's just another entitled shounen protagonist like Boruto. He'll always get what he wants because he's spoiled rotten and was born with a silver spoon in his mouth.
It's actually funny since Sugar wanted Finn to suffer to reflect the real world and a person actually growing up to face reality. Finn in her eyes existed to banish/subvert the concept of heroic privilege such as getting the princess, being a knight in shining armor, and having a happy ever after. Most of Sugar's episodes were to prove the world does not revolve around Finn and that his actions have lasting consequences that he can't talk, cry, or sing his way out of in 3 minutes.
Steven's the opposite because he's an expy of her brother and therefore needs to be coddled and protected. Steven will never have to face any lasting consequences or harsh reality because Sugar's nepotistic love for her brother prevents the true ugliness of reality from coming near Steven. He's rich because his dad lucked out from Royalties, he's never had to work a day in his life unless he wanted to, he gets his "princess" because she beta orbits him since he's interesting, and the show bends over backwards to have everything revolve around him. Steven's the stereotypical privileged/entitled white male Sugar despised and punished Finn for being because he's related to her. Steven might have more asspulls than Finn because he's an author's pet but Finn is the better character/more experienced because we know most of the writers hated him and wanted him to be broken/suffer in ways that would leave Steven catatonic.