If you develop low-level transformations you would surely syntax coloring for MSIL. I have finally written a User Highlighter for the great editor PSPad (this editor is brewed in the same town as the famous Pilsner Urquel, btw). The filter is given in the new goodies folder of the website. Feel free to contribute with your own tips and utilities :-). Gael
I've just put online a flash tutorial that shows how to create a Trace aspect using PostSharp Laos. I know, people that read my blog probably already master this trivial example... Comments are welcome. A question I ask to myself is: what is better? A Flash tutorial or a screen capture video with comments in my Belgian accent? If you have an opinion about this, please share it :-)
I have written that the newly redesigned Code Weaver now support type-level advices (well, to be precise, type-level join points). The first implementation is the new AggregationAspect in PostSharp Laos.

So what's aggregation?

Say you want to implement a collection (ICollection) based on an ArrayList, but you want to hide ArrayList and don't want to implement each method manually. PostSharp can do it for you.

Look at the following code sample:

internal class AggregatedCollection
After processing by PostSharp, the AggregatedCollection class will implement the ICollection collection using the ArrayList implementation. Looks magic? If you inspect the generated code (the Roeder's Reflector is always useful for this), you will see a new field ~aggregated~0 of type ICollection and all methods of this interface, for instance:
IEnumerator IEnumerable.GetEnumerator()
  return this.~aggregated~0.GetEnumerator();
The aggregated object is constructed inside the constructor of AggregatedCollection:
public AggregatedCollection()
  this.~aggregated~0 = (ICollection)
Still looks magic?