Not much to report today: just keeping an eye on a newly-deployed piece of software and fiddling around with the new release of wxWindows. wxWindows has several MFC-ish design elements that make me grind my teeth (message and event maps, for example), but is admirably capable in other respects. It's probably the best cross-platform C++ toolkit out there (yes, even better than QT).
I used QT for a time a few years back, and was not impressed. The type system was (and remains) an ugly and breakage-prone hack, and forfeits many of the type-safety features that C++ brings to the programming table. Without that, you might as well be using C (in fact, C is preferable in many ways since it is far less complex than C++).
If you crave type-safety, a sane C++ environment, and target only Linux/Unix boxen, then you may want to consider GTKMM, a C++ wrapper around GTK. It's far more type-safe than QT/KDE, and is a more compliant toolset to boot (it uses STL and the standard C++ library where possible, rather than reinventing strings, streams, stacks, lists, and so on).