No place to be humble, I’m a vim power user.
Yes, your IDE can do things my vim can’t. But my vim can do things your IDE can’t. How many times have I watched someone using an IDE and thought “if only it were vim I’d take your keyboard and solve this in about two seconds, while you click around and keep getting lost”.
My favourite vim feature? Displaying different parts of one buffer (ie file) in two vertically split windows. Can your IDE do that? Now get off my lawn!
Open a file, split vertically, scroll each of the split windows independently:
$ vim ~/.bashrc