Borland C#Builder vs Visual Studio .NET

C# Pro compares C#Builder and VS .NET in this article. In short, VS.NET scores better on help and the code editor, C# scores better on code browsing, (UML) design, Model Driven Architecture and Application Lifecycle Management.

This also article pointed me to some nice VS.NET intellisense features which I thought were missing: Easily override methods and auto implementing stubs when implementing interfaces (and some other nice features too).