I've discovered a really convenient way to edit and remove pulldown with Premiere and After Effects! (Well, maybe I wasn't the first, but I didn't find it here, so I'm posting it. Sorry if it's been done.) This may also be possible using Final Cut and After Effects, but you need a program to convert the project file to one that After Effects can read.
I start by capturing all the footage using HDVSplit. Then I make a new 60i project in Premiere and edit. After that, I save the project and close Premiere. I then import the project into After Effects, and use the script Homotech made for automatically removing pulldown to remove the pulldown. Next, I change the composition settings from 29.96fps to 23.976fps and I'm done. After that, I can color correct or add visual effects.
The advantage with using this method is that you don't risk lowing the quality by removing pulldown and then editing, and you don't fill up hard drive space with the large files created while removing pulldown. Also, editing the 60i footage in Premiere, while sometimes distracting, is much easier because the m2t files made with HDVsplit don't have to be rendered to play smoothly! That way you can be sure the edit looks good, and you can save a lot of time.
The only problem I can think of is that if you're editing very precisely, frames might be lost from the pulldown, because you might be cutting on a frame that is interlaced... I think. I can't really explain this. If anyone can tell me if this is indeed a problem, it would be nice.