Try some alternatives to DreamWeaver... firefox+firebug, eclipse, vim, emacs... DreamWeaver is just marketed really really hard, because Adobe makes a lot of money off of it. I think there are many free alternatives which are by far superior. The one fundamental problem I see with DreamWeaver is that Adobe is trying to please everyone, and yet almost everyone only uses it for a specific set of tasks-- making 95% of the features totally useless to them. There are special tools for special tasks and DreamWeaver isn't a specialized tool... it's like trying to hit everything with the PHP hammer; yeah it works... but... you have to hit the nails with the side of it.
Also, I don't know if you're a big Java fan, but "xmlvm" can turn your bytecode into ASP.NET compiled code; at least it claims to be able to. It can also do ByteCode -> Objective C (iphone), and I think it can also do ASP.NET -> Objective C, and ASP.NET -> Java Bytecode. I figured I'd just mention it