Eclipse: everyone should use it. That is all.
It does everything for you. It organises your files. It completes your code. It has a bazillion plugins. It does windows and cooks for wee orphans.
Hey, I like vi and I like mutt and I like Linux, but I don't tell everyone to use them. Oh wait, I do, but that's because I'm a one-way-is-best hipster, brah.
I don't worry about compiling my CSS, because my CSS isn't a file that compiles-- and with sshfs, my changes are live. I don't have a problem organising my CSS files because if I have more than 2 or three, I'm doing something wrong. I don't worry about CSS3 vendor prefixes-- these are always for pretty extras and never for functionality, which is great for graceful degradation. I don't worry about having to "Use nested rules, variables, mixins, selector inheritance" because I'm not at a point where I need to add complications to my CSS. Sprites have not yet been a problem, mostly because in most instances they can't scale with the text (not really, they just get mondo-blurry in browsers who zoom, and just plain break in browsers who don't)... and if I did hate making sprites, there's sprite-cow or something similar. There is a CSS validator online by the W3C already that I can use and it spits out errors at me. If I needed utilities I'd at least be already using the bazillions of vim plugins out there first.
None of the above is saying "don't use Compass", it's just that I would rather hear someone say "look at these advantages I got when I started using Compass" rather than "everyone should use compass". Everyone? Since when did one size fit all?
EVERYONE SHOULD WEAR CROCS