To complete Richard MacCutchen's response, ...
Here is a Wikipedia article
] showing the history of MFC across the versions of the IDE.
ON THE ONE HAND: If you are happy with the level of features and stability and bugs in your compiler, and the "heavy weight" of getting a better IDE is more important to you, then you can continue using your current IDE.
ON THE OTHER HAND: But if any of the additional features, or bug fixes, or improvements in stability are essential to you (as they are to Richard and I and others) then you will move to the latest and greatest IDE.
BUT ON THE GRIPPING HAND: To grow as a developer, perhaps it is time to learn a new package beyond MFC. As Sergey says, To use MFC or not to use MFC, that is the question.
Take a look at C#, and WPF and the Prism framework on CodePlex
I think you will like them.