I've been spending a fair amount of time lately getting acquainted with the Subclipse Subversion plugin for Eclipse. Me and the rest of the folks in the user group are using a Subversion repository to manage the implementation of our new Web site.
Through using Subclipse over the last few days I've found myself constantly using the Subversion Console tab and the Pending SVN Operations tab. The Console tab shows all the command-line operations initiated each time you use one of the Subclipse menu options to update your local files or commit changes to your repository. Knowing what underlying commands are generated and the results therein is very useful in understanding how things work. The Pending SVN Operations tab is viewable by right clicking your CFEclipse project and selecting the Team->Show Pending Operations option. This view will present you with a list of local files that you have altered and that need to be committed to the repository. Simply right-clicking the files listed and selecting Team->Commit will let you submit your changes and comments to your repository.
I'm still trying to figure some things out, so if anyone has similar tips or tricks, please pass them on!