It's nice that the previous post on Django on Pydev made so many people happy :)
There were many comments and I decided for writing a separate post to answer those and explain a bit better what should be the final state of the integration.
1. Django templates
There will be a special editor for that, but this will not be in the next release. This editor will be based upon the new Aptana Studio 3 (if you don't know about it, there's a preview explaining it at http://vimeo.com/channels/radrails#9895797). Initially it may be simpler (at least syntax highlighting and outline) and it should shape to have code-completion and other features in the future.
2. Custom Django actions
A new nightly has just been pushed with support for any custom action to manage.py. There's still room for improvement, like automatically going through the manage.py help and executing a command or asking help on that, but this won't be available for the upcoming release.
3. Code Analysis of Django
Most things should work as it is now, but I'm waiting for bug-reports saying what exactly Pydev fails to acknowledge on Django.
And that's it for the current plans... if there are more suggestions, they're very welcome!