While I agree that all Vim plugins eventually fall short somewhere, to say that "If you think that, then you never actually used vim" is unnecessarily harsh. For a Vim beginner a plugin is plenty, and lets them focus on the basic motions etc while still staying within a familiar environment.
If the plugin eventually falls short somewhere, then it can't be called "excellent", don't you think?
Although being a vim-lover I did react too harshly, sorry for that.
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