It does have Intellisense (code completion and other features) but they're really only as good a SharpDevelops, not as good as Visual Studio 2005.
Does it have auto code completion. Like if I type text it would come up with textBox and stuff like that. Then if I typed "textBox1." it would come up with things that textBox1 can do such as textBox1.Text. I have seen auto code completion in #develope but it isn't as good as I want it. It doesn't start the whole thing like if I type 2 letters it doesn't show anything, I first must type "string." (Only shows code after a ".") to get stuff that string can do. I do NOT like that, I want it from the begining of the function (or what ever you call it, I am still learning).
Yes it does use 1.1. I think you can also get it to use 1.0 off the top of my head, though it's been a few months since I used it.
Does it use .net 1.1? If not what does it use and what are the options there?
About as easy as SharpDevelop, though a little more reliable and faster.
Is it easy to use interface and user friendly?
Is it worth $80? (yes, it is standard edition on Amazon.com)
Mostly, though it doesn't look as pretty.
Is it some what like visual C# 2005? Cause I really really like visual c# 2005.
Well look at the name - VS.NET 2003. It's 2005 now, and the 2005 version (2.0) will be ready soon. Personally I'd wait.
Will this be up to date for the next couple years? Or will this fall behind and be useless to me after the first year I get this.