Region Placement (+.5 VB.Net)
I love regions. I use them to categorize my class in a way that makes it very quick and easy to find what I am looking for. Visual Studio 2005 handles regions differently in VB.Net and C#.
The first VB.Net advantage is that regions are left aligned rather than being tabbed alongside code, and are colored differently. This makes them easier to spot and does not clutter the code as much.
The second VB.Net advantage is that it will automatically create the end keyword for a region. This is just another example of VB.Net automatically finishing blocks, and is covered elsewhere.