I've been mentally compiling a few tiny rough edges in IntelliJ. The difference between IntelliJ and Eclipse is that I can use IntelliJ's JIRA, add an issue, an expect a response. Every time I've done this, I've gotten a response in a couple of hours, either pointing out an existing fix, confirming my problem, or pointing out an alternative solution. I just don't get that feeling with Eclipse ... most bugs I've entered over the years into their Bugzilla system have never been resolved to my satisfaction.
And Bugzilla in general? That's pretty much raising the bar against anyone who doesn't have a high tolerance for wierdness and frustration.
Update: Case in point, I can respect their reasoning even if I don't agree, and I got a response in four minutes.