I only ask because I've always been an anti-IDE/text-editor-only sort of guy, but I had to use Dreamweaver MX for a book I've been editing recently, and I must admit be being really impressed by its ability to hammer out boiler plate code on double-quick time. Sure, it makes a few errors that means you have to go in and clean up what it produces, but on balance I still found this to be a much faster way of producing pages than hacking the code manually. True, it only runs on WierdOS or OS X, but, all other things being equal, I'm seriously thinking about getting myself an iBook so's I can hammer code on the train going to and from work each day and then cross load everything onto my Linux machine when I get home. I mean, it's actually fun!
Of course, being given a free copy of Studio MX for OS X (a beta-tester's bonus) may have biased my opinion, but I was wondering what every one else thought.
Well, I doubt anyone's arrogant for saying they're better than a machine (yet, anyway). I just find it faster for banging-out the repetetive stuff - although bear in mind that I'm crap with a keyboard, and so find that (for instance) building a query by selecting fields directly from an onscreen list eliminates one extra source of possible errors in my code (i.e. my rubbish spelling)!
I will definitely check it out, if for nothing else than to see the method in which is does things. You never know, could pick up a few tricks. I agree that it would be much easier for queries. I will ultimately check it out once I find someone who owns it so I can try it and see if it's worth shelling out for.