The dash seems MUCH snappier in Trusty than it did when I had tested Saucy. There is no lag, and my searches (I have disabled online search) appear nearly instantly. I'm getting used to this combination of shortcuts, and it actually feels very productive.
Dolphin and Kate have been the hardest applications to switch from. I'm learning to live with Nautilus (for the moment) but Dolphin's embedded terminal and its method of handling 'copy/move to' have been superior to similar capabilities in Nautilus. To me, Kate seemed much more complete than gEdit, and again, the embedded terminal seemed far superior in Kate. I do find Geany to be a suitable stand-in though. I'll play around more and figure it out.
All in all, I'd say 14.04 is shaping up to be a very solid release, and I'm looking forward to the final. I don't know if I'll stick with Unity in the long-term, but it's certainly come a long way in the past couple years! Good job to everyone working on this release!
P.S. I've had this image for a long time and I don't remember where I got it. Google should find it though! ;)
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