It is very convenient to use CTRL-click and overridden method tokens to drill down into code. There are two ways to back up that I know of, neither of which is completely convenient.
One, you can CTRL-left-arrow, or two, you can CTRL-F4 / SHIFT-click. The problem with CTRL-left-arrow is it leaves tabs open you no longer necessarily want to see. The problem with CTRL-F4 / SHIFT-click is that it doesn't move you backward in your browse history. The workaround is to CTRL-left-arrow back, then SHIFT-click on the file tab, but this is awkward. What is everyone else doing? Am I missing out on a nice keystroke that both moves back in the browse history and closes the active tab?