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Mac OS X has already part of the customizability that Sublime Provides implemented system-wide through  the Services menu. It is easy for anybody (specially if you know one in a myriad of scripting languages) to create your own Service that manipulates text.

Sublime Text can already use these Services, but it is rather uncomfortable not getting them in the contextual menu as any other Cocoa app (and some non-Cocoa) does.

There is more. Since it does not use the standard way to store a list of Recent Files (~/Library/Preferences/com.sublimetext.2.LSSharedFileList.plist), they are not listed in Lion when in App Expose at the bottom, LaunchBar cannot access the list by invoking the app and digging into it, and I am sure there are other 3rd party apps that rely on the standard method that cannot access Sublime Text 2's Recent File list either.

There is a reason why there is a standard method to store the list of Recent Files.