Hello. I wonder - does it really pay off to learn Vim? I know it's fast and all, but if you compare it, for example, to Visual Studio editor (which isn't nearly as sophisticated), editing speed is not the only aspect of an editor. I mean, in an IDE, there's tons of shortcuts and commands and if you use Vim, you're back to edit->command-line->compile. I mean, again, how many professionals do you know that use Vim for writing code? I mean, again again, if I'm going to learn a 570-page book, I'd better be knowing what I'm doing. I work part-time as an SQL programmer (that is, cca. 50-100 kB of code per month). I'm not starting a war (I haven't mentioned Emacs yet (uh, now I have)), I just find it hard to believe to those few that had enough time to learn it and all. Cheers & thanks.