I've been an IDEA user and customer for several versions now. Since the company I work for doesn't pay for Java IDEs, I've been buying it personally.
Version 6.0 is the first time I didn't adopt it immediately (I am now evaluating it). The reason I held off was because of all the seeming dissent among users.
I am curious to know whether the user community at large is demanding all the new features... Personally, I would actually pay for a release where JetBrains only reduces the memory footprint, and makes the environment snappier. Really modular or whatever.
Yes, we're talking about a relatively small program but for us poor folk who lug around laptops that run a database and a mammoth appserver, every meg counts. Am I an outlier, or is this a common sentiment?
Regardless, thank you for the IDE; thank you for being really screen space concious.