At work I have a dedicated FreeBSD dev box, but I prefer to write code on my Windows laptop. Until today I was using the NFS client in Microsoft's Windows Services for UNIX package to mount my FreeBSD home directory. This worked okay, but for some reason it's ridiculously slow when doing anything that involves walking a directory tree.
This morning I finally got fed up. I killed NFS in the face and installed the trial version of SftpDrive. It's such a huge improvement over NFS that I've already bought a license even though the trial version is free for six weeks. I highly recommend it.