Indeed I will. There's no such thing as perfect software, all you can do is stick with the option that causes you the least problems.
Current fashions and trends aren't really a good way to decide what's the best solution for any problem. I constantly use and develop software for platforms long since disappeared from mainstream, not because they're current when they're clearly not, but because they're either the best tool for the job, or I have a personal preference for them and my work doesn't suffer for that choice.
For the work I'm doing I don't think I'll ever need a feature that KiCAD has that is missing from Eagle - I'm unlikely to stress either package when it comes to my needs. If it does ever happen though and I have no other alternative, I will of course use KiCAD. I don't bear grudges or anything, and am rarely dictated by anything other than practicality when it comes to choosing tools for a particular job.
Same here As I said before, I kinda expected this sort of response as it's common with very niche software.