Yeah, I'm really interested in learning a new way to write and publish stuff. As some of you know, I've created several threads related to Indesign, Word, typography, etc. Last year, I really learned about Word's styles which made me like Word a little better. But I still can't shake the feeling with Word that something bad can happen at any given time.
After reading Zaine's word processor review, I'm interested in going back and checking out Wordperfect. It was my preferred program back in the 90's. I also like Softmaker, but never got around to using it regularly, but it's portable! I'm not that big a fan of OpenOffice, although for no real good reason. I like Atlantis as a simple alternative for quick n dirty work.
But for me, I like the idea of styles so much, that I'm in the middle of figuring out a good workflow involving database, xml, and indesign. Indesign will give me the frontend preview and fine tuning ability that we expect from our word processors today, but xml and a database will give me a powerful way to organize content and keep the idea of "styles" and structure without all the issues Word has with such things.