Using both Eclipse and Visual Studio can be a pain, when it comes to shortcuts.
In VS you can change shortcuts here: Tools -> Options -> Environment -> Keyboard

Change the following:
Delete line: Edit.lineDelete -> Ctrl + D
Comment line: Edit.CommentSelection -> Ctrl + /
Uncomment line: Edit.UnCommentSelection -> Ctrl + Shift + /
Goto Definition: Edit.GoToDefinition -> F3
Goto Navigation Bar: Window.MovetoNavigationBar -> Ctrl + #

To be able to move lines up and down like in Eclipse (alt + up; alt + down) you’ll need to create 2 macros:

    Sub MoveLineUp()
        DTE.ActiveDocument.Selection.Collapse()
        DTE.ActiveDocument.Selection.Cut()
        DTE.ActiveDocument.Selection.LineUp()
        DTE.ActiveDocument.Selection.Paste()
        DTE.ActiveDocument.Selection.LineUp()
    End Sub

    Sub MoveLineDown()
        DTE.ActiveDocument.Selection.Collapse()
        DTE.ActiveDocument.Selection.Cut()
        DTE.ActiveDocument.Selection.LineDown()
        DTE.ActiveDocument.Selection.Paste()
        DTE.ActiveDocument.Selection.LineUp()
    End Sub

then the same way you change shortcuts in VS, find “moveLineUp” and “moveLineDown” and assign Alt + UP and Alt + Down.
Alternatively install Productivity Power Tools that provide Edit.MoveLineUp and Edit.MoveLineDown

I’ll keep updating as it comes along.

Ctrl + Shift + R Open any file quickly
Ctrl + Shift + T Open a type
Ctrl + T go to super type of the class
Ctrl + O Go directly to a member (method, variable) of a class file
Ctrl + Shift + ↓ or Ctrl + Shift + ↑ navigate between methods in class
ALT + Up/Down Arrow move selected string up or down
Ctrl + L jump to line number
CTRL + D Delete row.
Ctrl + Q go to last edit place
Ctrl + E or CTRL+F6 go to open editors
Ctrl + . and Ctrl + , Move between issues in editor
F3 go to type declaration
CTRL+SHIFT+O Organize imports
CTRL+1 It activates the quick fix
CTRL+F7 Move between views
CTRL+F8 Move between perspectives.
CTRL + F11 Runs the application.
CTRL + M Maximize or umaximize current tab.
CTRL + I Corrects indentation.
CTRL + SHIFT + F Formats code.
CTRL + J Incremental search.
CTRL + SHIFT + L Shows you a list of your currently defined shortcut keys.

from here: http://rayfd.wordpress.com/2007/05/20/10-eclipse-navigation-shortcuts-every-java-programmer-should-know/
and here: http://eclipse.dzone.com/news/effective-eclipse-shortcut-key

  1. Download Eclipse for PHP from here: http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/
  2. Unpack it for into your working folder.
  3. Launch it. For the first time it will ask a few questions about working folders, etc.
  4. Now you need to install Subclipse (SVN client integrated in Eclipse)
    • Help -> Install New Software -> Add -> Type “Subclipse” for name and “http://subclipse.tigris.org/update_1.6.x” for URL.
    • Select all the options of available plugins
    • Agree with all the questions it is going to ask you -)
  5. Create SVN repository. In Linux issue command svnadmin create /path/to/reppo
  6. Now need to link existing repository with Subclipse: In Eclipse switch to SVN pane, right click on white space under Repositories and select New -> Repository. As URL give it this: file:////C:path/to/svn_reppo/ Important to get correct number of forward slashes!!
  7. Create new PHP project and commit it to the repository: Right click on Project -> Team -> Share Project. Select SVN and choose the repository you have just created. This will commit first version of the project.
  8. To commit files/project do right click on the file/folder -> Team -> Commit -> add notes