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“… Nothing wrong with having several tools.”
That’s certainly the truth. I’m a big Avid fan but my old setup can’t do HD. Now, I roll with Premiere Pro and Vegas. Vegas primarily for short format stuff that doesn’t need a lot of finishing or effects work and Premiere for longer form and in concert with AFX for compositing. As Earl implied, you’ll learn them both and decide what suits your need at the time you need it.