Use LinqPad as Immediate or Watch window (Debug) in VS
I want to be able to debug using Linq and lambda expressions. I`m missing this very much in VS
I came here to suggest this. It would be fantastic to have a VS plugin that can launch Linqpad and pass it the VS debugging session. Then, when you are trying to figure out what the problem is, Linqpad can be used to interrogate the session.
In my mind this would be so useful it would be worth buying it just for that.
This is a big reason to use LinqPad in itself. It's the only missing piece. Otherwise, you must put .Dump() on every property or .Select(p => p.someproperty).Dump(). It's pretty tedious. I've been using LinqPad with the Open XML SDK. It shows no values, just that objects are present.