I love ReSharper and can't live without it. But I do miss some of the features
I have in my Java IDE (sorry it's Eclipse these days).
One of the things I use the most is Alt-Left Arrow/Alt-Right Arrow to navigate
my code like I navigate the forward/back of my web browser. I like to be
able to flip back and forth a lot between files and within files. It's essentially
a history of the caret position. When I navigate to another file, I can
go back to where I was, but also, when I navigate to a method declaration
within the same file, I should be able to go back to where I was within the
file. It's invaluable when looking at new code or reviewing old code.
Also, I really would like something akin to Eclipse's ctrl-left click on
a method to go to the declaration (and makes it appear like a hyperlink).
I know I can use the keyboard shortcut, and I'll likely get in a habit of
doing that. It's just nice to have when you're using the mouse a lot (esp
when reviewing/learning code) rather than the keyboard (writing code).