I do not miss 4E, and I find it highly unlikely that I will ever play it again. However, reviewing my old campaign at Obsidian Portal, I find that I'm sorry that I didn't at least get to conclude the game on a satisfactory note. I'm very pleased with the things I came up with for the campaign. Even now, former members of the group speak fondly about the campaign itself, even though they were among the most vocal opponents of the system. I was burned out on 3.5, so I had no desire to convert, and by the time it had occurred to me to explore the older editions (which was in January of 2009), the group had already scattered to the four winds and the momentum seemed eternally lost.
Perhaps one day I'll bring that campaign back, using an old edition, or perhaps Savage Worlds, or maybe even one of the many fantasy games I've got on my shelf.
While removing my stuff from Obsidian Portal, I was struck with the vague notion that I should learn how to use it better and perhaps give it a whirl for my current campaign (or one I may run in the near future.) Any Portal users out there care to tell me if it's worth the time to learn it?