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My experience so far has been pretty positive. As soon as I can (and when the parts are available) I want to move over to using PSoCs exclusively. Getting them going is actually a great pleasure, unlike PICs which are actually a total pain the the butt.
My only gripe is that the schematic interface could be improved a little. What I would love to see is:
Pain free zoom/pan. One way to do this is to allow zooming with the scroll wheel, with the zomo centered about the mouse cursor.
Ability to flip or rotate components while placing or draging them (rather than place, right click, go down to shape, across, down to rotate left). The way this is done in Altium is, while dragging, you can press space to rotate, and X and Y to flip the component horizontally or vertically.