Right now we edit on Final Cut Pro 7.
But soon. We will have to hop off the FCP train.
Where does that leave us? I think not Avid. The only other option is Adobe Premiere.
One new advantage that Adobe has is this Adobe Anywhere thingy. My nominal complaint about these kinds of technologies is that they're tested under very weak conditions; commercials, music videos, and other short projects. A feature film is another ball of rabbits -- even at the low shooting ratios we tend to use. But being able to have multiple editors working on stuff simultaneously is rather intriguing. That is, if I could get multiple editors to work at the same time! ;-)