I treat Qt Creator as a powerful IDE. It looks simple, but power is inside it. Once you start with it, you will know what I mean. There some feature missing, this is what I think. But, hey, Qt Creator has appeared on IDE stage not so long ago.
This is what i wish Qt Creator had:
- class hierarchy explorer
- FreeBSD support (i do have Qt Creator working on my FreeBSD. I patched it, and enjoy working in it. But i wish it had a "native" support.)