The new naming styles are a marked improvement!
But I can't seem to find any way to tell RS to support Visual Studio's default naming convention for event handlers.
In other words, how do I specify that a name like "SomeObject_SomeEventHandler" is a valid name for a method? Is this even possible?
If this hasn't been added yet, I'd like to make a suggestion: Instead of duplicating the naming styles (so that you have another style like UpperCamelCase with underscores, etc.), add a check box for "Allow underscore as a word separator" so you can choose a naming style and choose to allow or disallow underscores in the name. For example, if you choose UpperCamelCase with underscores allowed, "SomeName" and "Some_Name" would both be valid, but "So_meName" would not be.
For an added bonus (long term feature request?), it would be nice to be able to specify this convention only for methods that have the standard signature for an event handler (e.g., with an object parameter and an XyzEventArgs parameter).