Thank you for your reply - it's always nice to actually being heard :)
Regarding your statement about actual support for the two basic features i mentioned, I must admit that this proves the product to be more in an alpha state, rather than beta. Of course, I'm not the one to judge how you choose to do your releases, but when I hear the word 'beta' I assume fundamental language support.
Now, your approach to resolving the speed issue hitting many competitors, seems very promising, but again, I believe it's just a matter of time until the same problems arise with your approach, when the number of refactorings and analysis increase to the same amount as fx. ReSharper. Solution-wide analysis and refactoring does not seem like a simple task, but hopefully your approach at least is "better".
I can understand that saying A also means saying B (can you say that in English?), and to be competitive, all facets of .NET development must be addressed. What I fear is just that everything of all worlds can't be satisfied, resulting in a overall lacking products. I hope to be wrong :)
Now, for some more concrete feedback
Solution-wide analysis. Is there any way to find code similarities (code-smells), duplicate code and use of bad practices according to best practice? I'm often in the situation where I know of multiple uses of a particular piece of code (same overwritten/interface implementation etc.), but I'm always stuck doing the refactoring myself. Some sort of global "Extract similar methods to superclass" or something like that would be a great enhancement.
Visual Studio keyboard mapping. I don't know if there's any way to solve this issue, but whenever I install a tool that integrates into VS and sets mappings, my own custom hotkey mappings are overwritten. Especially CTRL+W, which I've mapped to File.Close, seems to be reset to Edit.SelectCurrentWord, which is completely useless. JustCode however seems to change this shortcut to ExpandSelection (still completely useless).
Is there any way for JustCode to respect custom shortkeys?
Until next time :)