Let me put on my grumpy old developer hat for a moment....
One of the best things I ever did was stop using any of those visual / GUI based tools. They give a temporary speed increases at the cost of developing actual muscle memory for syntax, typing speed, etc. In other words - you become dependent upon the tool.
I used to use TextMate and loved it while I used it - however development did stall on it a bit but there is a TextMate 2 beta out now.
I've had to help some people who use sublime and while I know some other developers who seem to like it, I wouldn't want to use it.
I would strongly recommend that you use the opportunity to learn a tool like Vim or Emacs (I prefer Vim). If you use brew - you can even install a GUI based version of Vim with 'brew install macvim'. There's also a brand new book (literally) on learning to use Vim that's pretty good - http://pragprog.com/book/dnvim/practical-vim