If it wasn't painfully obvious from my tweeting, I spent the better half of the first weekend of August, at a Ruby conference. The one topic that I was fairly positive would creep up, yet somehow magically flew away, was the "editor talk." No one was comparing their Vim configs to people's lowly Textmate installs. No Emacs vs Sublime Text 2, nothing really. Damn shame.
What did show it's face, was people's love of Sublime Text 2. Wait for the cmd-tab, wait for it...wait. BOOM! Sublime Text. If it wasn't ST2, then it was the dreaded MacVim; hater-instiling that you forcibly cmd-tab (that is a fucking reach) everywhere. MacVim users probably silently wish that they could cmd-tab through their legs to speed up their walking pace.
I know why told us that opinions (he used the word "tastes") would begin to define us over what we created; however, I draw the line at being defined by how many times I can cmd-tab faster than the next person. To help all of you cmd-tab loving folks (I have fucked my cmd-tab seo on this post), here is a list of really cool things to get you back into terminal Vim.