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I usually use Liberation Mono when using VS2008. Unfortunately, VS2010 uses WPF for the IDE editor, and WPF has its own embedded font display engine. This causes a big problem when you're trying to line up columns of variables, functions, etc. What looks ok in the VS2010 IDE editor turns out to be "not quite right" when you look at it in a standalone editor like UltraEdit (also using Liberation Mono). Result: column formatting is messed up. Naturally, if you use a Microsoft font like Consolas, it displays the same in both the VS2010 IDE editor and UltraEdit.
Just one of the many reasons I'm staying away from VS2010.