DW may be good for templating, but if you're a good coder, it's not going to save you that much time at all. --- If you know what you're doing, you already have preconstructed scripts. Not to mention, 70-90% of code is reused anyhow. Just look at how people are adding email clients and blogs to their sites w/ the click of a button.Dreamweaver is great. As everyone said, it's great for time saving.
I endorse it 100%. I use it on every project. I don't use the design view as much though, more in the code view.
Also, if a notepad purist nags on DW, challenge them to a race across multiple files.
Yes, in VS2008, DW, and Notepad it's Ctrl+H, however these are Windows-based. What you want to do is use something like Nedit in Linux, where you have Find and Replace Regular Expressions. That's something a little more powerful that will save you more time.Find and Replace is a godsend!