This 0.3.2 version of this Python IDE looks like a good start, but for one thing. The everything-in-one-window is a horrible interface concept. It forces extremely inefficient use of precious screen real estate, especially for laptops. Even if you use a large monitor, you can still see only one source file at a time. And the console, being placed at the bottom of the window, kills extra-precious vertical distance. I don't know why this one-window concept is kind of a fad now, but maybe it's an unfortunate influence of iPad programs. Whatever the case, I would never use such a program no matter how slick it is or what other features it has. There are alternatives that do not hinder the interface this way. One of the advantages that Macintoshes have had for a very long time is way they let windows overlap one another, even windows from different programs. (I can't believe I just had to explain that.) This one-window approach is like freaking Windows 1.0 all over again.