I've usually accessed work and home SVN repositories via TortoiseSVN, however, over the last few days I've been using AnkhSVN - the neat advantage with this one is that it integrates into Visual Studio .NET (tested well on 2005), and gives you immediate feedback on what files are locked, changed, out of date etc - and best of all, you can update your working copy without any hassle. One step closer to ensuring the repository is current do you think? [Link to AnkhSVN]