I got Cubase 4 and soundforge, but at the computergames company that i'm doing my final thesis i'm working in soundforge and Vegas.
as i'm mainly designing for computergames i haven't really used the video-capability vegas offer all too much, but it's bound the be way better than cubase, that afaik only play quicktime movies.
either way, the workflow of vegas is decent. while some solutions seem somewhat ******** compared to dedicated multitrackers like cubase, PT, logic etc. i still think it have many advantages.
all in all i'd say that vegas is a good chouise, but if you're really used to cubase, perhaps nuendo would be a good choise.
when i'm done with school i'm gonna be stuck with cubase 4 and soundforge 10, as i likley won't be able to afford another software for a while. however, i've already started to consider what software is next for me.
I like soundforge, so i'm gonna keep using that as an editor, but what multitracker i'll be using i don't know. it's not impossible i'll stick with vegas, however.
PT is cool, but i never really liked the main mouse-tools it offers, as it's somewhat different from any other given audio-software i've used.
Logic i'll never buy as i'm planning to stick with PC.
Nuendo seem like a good choise, but then again its expensive... is it possible to upgrade from cubase to nuendo? gotta look that up...
if you could describe a little more of what type of videos you edit, perhaps people could back you up with even more info...