I am looking to develop arcpy scripts (ArcGIS 10.1) in an IDE that is more "integrated" than Pythonwin. I would like an experience that is analagous to programming ArcObjects in Visual Studio C#/VB.NET (which I've done a bit when arcpy did not offer enough low level control). When developing ArcObjects with C#, there there were templates ready, classes in seperate windows that I could explore (very good way to remember tools available!), and code completion for everything. I have not yet found any examples/screen shots/extended discussion of this type of setup. There is this post, but it focuses on effective arcpy debugging (which I definitly also need to learn more about).
Is it possible to setup Visual Studio 2010/SPE/Wing/ any other IDE that will, out of the box, make the arcpy development experience much more like the experience of programming ArcObjects using C#/VB.NET?