Good article as far as it went, but I'd love to see a more in-depth feature comparison between Cinelerra and OpenShot (and maybe Blender and Pitivi, etc), focused on more serious video users.
I use Cinelerra maybe once every year or two. I appreciate its power but it could be a bit easier. Haven't had many stability problems in several years. In general I am very pleased with it.
More specifically, when I work with Cinelerra I generally use more than one video track and composite them together in various ways. Can OpenShot and the others do that?
There's also the in-development Lumiera - http://lumiera.org/ - done by some of the CinelerraCV people. Development appears to be going rather slowly, but if/when they put something out I expect it will be good.