You're going to have to pick a side. You can't be an atheist that dabbles in Catholicism.
Some men just want to watch the world burn.
But there are many nice things from Emacs that I really miss. For example magit, various REPL integrations and much better support for functional programming languages. Emacs felt cool and nerdy but I always felt like I was using 1% of it. Many things on the other hand felt much more clunky than I expected (terminals for example). And I don't like all in one philosophy of people reading emails, reading reddit, chatting on IRC all through emacs. I tried many of those things but didn't find it appealing at all.
But if I had to do some serious work in one of the functional languages I can see myself coming back to Emacs pretty easily.
Ctrl Alt SysReq + REISUB
(It's the only way.)
I'd never consider switching; I'm in too deep.
It might be easier to change religions, than change editors.