I've switched my vim's color scheme from oceandeep to solarized. Oceandeep is an eye-friendy dark color scheme great for people who prefer not to be distracted by highlighted text. However, it makes you feel a bit awkward when you launch vim from a console because it supports only gvim. I got hungry for "uniformity", and solarized came in.
Solarized - Precision colors for machines and people
Solarized is a color scheme maintained by Ethan Schoonover provides uniformity to your environment; it supports not only editors (not limited to vim!) but also other system development tools like terminal emulators and IDEs.