Thanks for the heads up on Vim. I downloaded Vim 6 from Aminet a couple of years ago after a decade long hiatus from the Amiga, and found it almost unusable because it was so slow. I ended up sticking with TurboText, which I considered the best text editor for the Amiga back in the day.
I used Vim exclusively in my professional environment, and I use it on my Linux, Mac, and Windows machines. I still to this day when using TurboText find myself having to go back and fix my text because I pressed i or escape to switch in or out of insert mode.
I just downloaded Vim 5.8 from the the vim.org web site, and it works great. It looks like I'll be retiring TurboText.