In Defense of Final Cut Pro X

Rome wasn’t built in a day and neither was what became FCP 7 . . . Concision, after all, is the soul of editing, and the film-editing project begun a century ago with scissors and glue may yet reclaim its own simplicity. What we really want, if we’re unashamedly honest, is facility of editing with the ease of dreaming. To say, “wouldn’t it be cool if…” and see instant results on the screen.
— David Leitner, Filmmaker Magazine

David Leitner raises some interesting arguments in favor of Final Cut Pro X being the next step in non-linear editing's evolution. Have you made the switch over to FCPX or are you abandoning Final Cut Pro? Those of you who use FCPX, has your opinion changed since its initial release?