Agreed. I sympathize with this point, but the problem is that I didn't pay $60 for programmer output. I paid $60 with a reasonable expectation of an eventually stable product. Therein lies my disappointment.
To finalize ST2 and call it good given its abundance of bugs, quirks, and inconsistencies is a questionable thing to do, IMO. This editor has so much promise with really awesome features, but ST2 in its final form is simply half-baked. I find I am constantly fighting it to do basic things (eg, html code folding is broken; brace matching doesn't always work; ctrl+d sometimes uses whole-word matching, sometimes not, regardless of whether my initial search was a whole-word search; opening a project opens a redundant ST window in addition to the project; sometimes a paste replaces selected text, sometimes it doesn't; Word Wrap setting doesn't stick; many more...). I CAN'T be the only person who's had this experience. I'm sure these issues will eventually get ironed out and ST will be a properly baked product, but I have low confidence that I won't have to pay for a few more upgrades until that's the case.
EDIT: forgot to mention one of my biggest peeves: undoing or redoing an edit does not always jump to the location of the edit so that you can actually SEE what was undone/redone. It's infuriating.