First off, the built in code decompiler in ReSharper 6 is possibly the greatest thing ever.
What I would like to do is be able to step into the decompiled code. I realize this is probably unrealistic for most cases, but what about for code that is actually downloaded from an external source rather than actually decompiled (say, for example, the .NET framework classes). I've been able to get ReSharper to download .NET source code (includes comments and everything, so awesome). And I've also setup VS to download the debug info and properly load the symbols for .NET framework assemblies but when I try to jump down a frame in a call stack, for example, I always get the message saying that it can't find the source code even though I'm looking right at it. I tried going into my solution properties and manually specifying the directory where ReSharper downloads the source code but this hasn't helped. Any idea on how to get this to work?