Dennis blogged about it earlier today, and as soon as I saw that I couldn’t help myself: I had to try out ReSharper 2.0! Little did I know about the consequences…

I love ReSharper 1. There are some small weird things, but overall I just love it, despite its little quirks. So 2.0 had to be even better! Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem that way. Visual Studio now takes forever to start, the second project I opened made ReSharper crash hard (VS had to be restarted to get life back into it), assembly-parsing is still done in a modal dialog in stead of in the promised background process, it keeps annoying me with two windows I definitely don’t want to see and last but not least: the bar next to the scrollbar now displays an ugly 3D-attempted square.

My first impression of ReSharper 2.0 is not too good. I’m testing it for the rest of the day, but when this feeling stays I will be switching back to my previous installed version…