When fixing bugs most software developers start with a search. I know. I've watched them. They read the bug report, reproduce the problem (sometimes), and then search for relevant code. This is when it gets ugly. Developers either wander semi-randomly around the Solution Explorer (Roomba Style), struggle to use Find in Files with increasing levels of anger (William Foster Style), or I've even seen one user step through almost the entire program in the debugger (Slowskys Style). Please, for goodness' sake, next time you search try Sando Style. Our newly released version of Sando (0.3), is a free, open source extension for VS2010 that makes searching your C#, C, and C++ code as easy as using Google.