I'm currently trying out PyCharm, previously having used Komodo, and I have to say I'm pretty impressed with the Python/Django support.
However, one thing that tripped me up was the remote file support. I was hoping for something seamless, with the ability to directly open remote files (via FTP, SFTP, SCP etc.), as you can in Komodom, or pretty much any other editor out there.
The closest I could find was Remote Hosts, but even then you have to create the files locally, then synchronise it with a remote server. And in the current builds, you can't create a new project from existing files on a remote server, the whole process seems to be manual:
Is there perhaps an easier way in PyCharm to simply start editing Python/Django files on a remote server?
(Yes, I know, I could use a VCS/DVCS, and Fabric deployment scripts, but this is just for small changes to trivial scripts).