Well I'm still trying to figure out how to enable syntax highlighting with dp.SyntaxHighlighter in Subtext. I wrote a simple syntax highlighter in VB a long time ago that output HTML with CSS styles for operators, keywords, strings, and numbers but it was a static application. The dp.SyntaxHighlighter component is able to dynamic parse the syntax and highlight the code. In comparison, the static parser output plain HTML that could easily be pasted into a blog. There are advantages to each method, but the highlighting in dp.SyntaxHighlighter is pretty cool.