The silence is worrying. I spent the last 6 months adapting my coding style to sublime..
It's a very good editor, but it can't stop it's development. As an example, it is, in my opinion, missing an important feature for python editing: support for the local system's python.
Almost every single tool/plugin available for code lookup/refactoring/etc uses sublime's python to run the code in the textfile for analysis.
If you're using Python 2.7, this is a problem. As an example, in my current project we used a ton of dictionary expressions, which fail badly in 2.6.
So, most Python tools for sublime are, ironically, useless for 2.7-based projects (or, I assume, 3.x)
I prefer sublime rather than one of the various eclipse-based environments due to it's amazing speed as well as it being simply the best text editor I had the pleasure to use. But after I write the code, the whole editing/debugging/refactoring spiel is a pain...