From the perspective of someone used to SubVersion plug-in in Eclipse and also from the perspective of a sane person, EGit was not usable in Eclipse 6 months ago. A simple check in the bug tracker have shown hundreds of reported issues.
I just changed of project and they are using Subversion and Eclipse. I would like to push them to move to git, but do we now have a usable plug-in for Eclipse?
I use EGit successfully and without any problems every day, so the premiss here is clearly wrong. Certainly there are some features missing that I'd like to see added, and no doubt there are bugs I haven't run into, but that's true of every piece of software ever written. As for counting the tasks in the bug tracker, this is a ridiculous way to measure the current status of the system.
Original poster, if you're having problems, say specifically what they are and probably you can get answers here. As it stands your comment is devoid of content.
For the record, I'm not a member of the EGit of JGit development teams, just a user who's mostly pretty impressed with the quality of this work.