My designer and I have recently switched to using Sublime Text 2 and it will be feature in my educational screencasts as well. However, I'd like to touch on a few points. The style of the editor and the way it works are phenomenal and I wouldn't suggest changing them.
HOWEVER, I do have a recommendation that I hope will be considered. In general it's not optimal to have a number in the name of a product. I realize that it's more of a version number. But, in this case it's actually used as part of the name.
I realize that most of the people here are programmers and not designers. I also realize that people are very eager to justify away criticism. (I don't mean the developer of ST2, i mean the community).
I think that it's important for the name of the product to express the elegance of the product. In this case you're sending mixed signals. On one hand you have a name that is comparable to Notepad++, EditPlus, etc. These are names that were obviously not created by designers or marketing teams. No big deal, they're targeted towards developers. Sublime Text 2 is more than that, though. It's useful for pretty much anyone.
I recommend a branding change for Sublime Text 2.
I would love to use the editor named, "Sublime."
It has been pointed out to me that Sublime is the name of another application. Sublime Edit, Sublime Text, etc. I just would really love to see the number removed from the name.