Pruning the forum database.
As Bald_Brick says, vim is a text-only file editor - useful for editing files like Xorg.conf if you're stuck in a text-only environment. I sometimes use it in konsole if I'm sud to root and I don't want to bother with all the dbus-launch stuff for kwrite to make a very simple change to a root-owned file. However, if you rarely (or never) use it you probably don't need vim-enhanced; vim-minimal should be adequate. VIM-X11 is pretty pointless unless you like using vim so much you want a graphical version of it.I haven't got texlive-texmf. 700 MB sounds too big for any package. Why do you think it's taking up that much space?