While we're at it:
I am a Windows Sublimer now, too.
I like the UNIX "one tool, one purpose" philosophy, so I never really liked UltraEdit. (It also felt too sluggish and its pricing is not really affordable for poor students like me.)
While GVim is my "playground" and occasional IDE replacement, I've been using Notepad++ as my main editor for years. Anyway, it has had some serious bugs (crashes and stuff) in the recent versions, so I was testing editors again and again. The only things I "need" are tabs and syntax highlighting. Syntax highlighting is rather common, tabs are not (see Notepad2 or similar editors). Most editors which fulfilled these needs had disadvantages like their pricing (UE/SlickEdit), a weird UI (Zeus/Boxer), or just tasted like WTF? (e)
Then I found Sublime Text in some German blog, and a few days of testing convinced me to buy a license.
While it is probably not able to replace a "real" IDE (like SlickEdit would), it is surely one of the best text editors I have ever seen. For my random coding stuff at work it does a great job.
Thank you, Jon.