This may not be the right forum, but I'm posting it here first in any case.
Basically I want to draw attention to the fact that ReSharper's "GotoFile" functionality is way behind the "Open file in solution" functionality in Visual Assist X. Especially considering that it is the most useful feature ever (in my opinion). Everybody are using this feature where I work, even if they use no other feature of Visual Assist (note that we develop mostly in C++ where I work).
Now, here's where ReSharper (in my opinion) is lacking behind:
1. Responsiveness: It takes 0.5-1 second to update in ReSharper. In Visual Assist it is instant. It litterally updates for every letter you type.
2. Syntax: ReSharper uses some kind of wildcard syntax where Visual Assist uses a Google-style search. The latter is _way_ faster to work with. Example: If I search for "link lis" in Visual Assist, it'll show me all LinkedList files. Even 'MyLinkedList'. To get a similar result in ReSharper I would have to write "*link*lis" which is a lot slower to write. ReSharper will also insist that "link" comes before "lis". This may be useful at times, but when it is Google-style, I can freely add extra words to filter my search. This is a very fast workflow.
3. Memory: ReSharper starts with an empty seach field every time. Visual Assist remembers the last search you did (though selecting the text so that if you start writing it'll delete what's already there). This makes it fast to open sets of similar files. It also means that if you accidentally hit the wrong file, you can quickly re-open the search and select the right one.
That was it. Now I realise that I'm not the most seasoned ReSharper user so it is not unlikely that there are features in ReSharper that I'm unaware of. Nevertheless, I feel it's likely that at least some of this feedback will be useful to the ReSharper team. I'm also completely confident that the ReSharper team could improve the GotoFile feature should they want to. I'm hoping this feedback will give them the desire to do so.