One thing though, have you seen what Netbeans displays? If you have the cursor in a method name (a reference), and press Ctrl-Space, you get a window displaying all the information from the Javadoc comment for that method. Parameters, See Also, Returns, with all the text you have included for each, within the comment.
Furthermore, have you seen the Navigator window. As you move the mouse over each of the class members, if any have Javadoc comments, you get this same window appearing. Making it a lot easier to understand the code. This window is for the file you are currently working on.
The reason I am bringing this to your notice, is in the hope that Microsoft might add this functionality to VS.
I love to program. It is now, after over 20 years in the industry, just my hobby. I love Java, as it is such a great language to write in. However, for my current project, I needed native compiled code, and so chose to learn C# as it is very 'Java' like. Almost like a marriage between 'C/C++' and 'Java'.
Again, thank you.