First, to Sascha. I had never had any professional reason to deal with XPath before my current project, but as soon as I had to start debugging around some of it's quirks today, I figured I'd look to see if anyone had written a plugin. (Okay, full disclosure, I first thought about writing such a plugin myself). Sascha's XPathView turned out to be approximately five times cooler than what I actually needed for the task at hand, and vastly easier to use that I could have hoped. Powerful, unobtrusive, and ver, very cool. I probably would have used a ToolWindow, which would have been overkill compared to his artful use of highlighting and popups. Good one. Thanks.
Second, to JetBrains, for a very small feature extension. I knew I would use the "introduce field and initialize it in JUnit setUp()", but I didn't realize how cool it would actually be in practice. After two days, I never manually create a setUp() method anymore, I just wait until there's something I need to share amongst test cases and have "Introduce field" create the setUp() method automatically. Special thanks to whomever had the balls to make "initialze in setUp()" be the default choice for JUnit classes. Vastly cool, and yet another feature that convinces me that JetBrains not only understands Java, but understands how Java programmers actually do their jobs. Again, good one. Thanks.