Be nice. Or else.
I generally stick with terminal vim; I try to do as much as possible in the terminal and mvim is one less app to have open.
I have caps lock remapped to esc.
Here's my .vimrc, which lists plugins: dotfiles/.vimrc at master · larryhynes/dotfiles
I replaced my old G5 twin processor with a 2012-ish mini, upgraded to an i7 and 8GB of ram. Could not be happier with it. Handles Adobe's products no problem, I have ruby, python, zsh, git, haskell, perl, you-name-it dev environments set up on it without issue. Got a 27" thunderbolt monitor for it at christmas and use a das keyboard. Can recommend a mini.
+1 for Clean app, set it and forget it.
Yup... using TaskPaper syntax, but rarely the TaskPaper app, I just use vim to edit.
This was my suggestion also. I haven't used them, but would like to and I have heard good things.
I'm playing with gaug.es at the moment and it's very slick.
Good thinking... I'll add a mention for SVG
A little something for those clients that insist on using JPEG for their logo. :)