I wasn't sure whether to post this in the .NET languages add-on forum, but I figured that's for the existing product which does its own parsing.
SyntaxEditor was very early a few years back supporting MGrammar/Oslo, which never got out of CTP. The new open-source library-based compilers codenamed Roslyn has now been available for just over four months and in the next release they will also be the official C#/VB compilers. Being able to use Roslyn as a back-end could bring very wide and deep support for lots of features. Additionally, code we write for fixes and diagnostics, as well as code working with its structures and concepts would work out of the box, for free, without having to be duplicated.
So consider this a feature request. I wouldn't be surprised if you were already working on it. If you've decided not to do it or at least not yet, that would also be nice to know. I see nothing but upside - for Actipro, not having to perfectly emulate the C# compiler, for us developers, getting a more complete product which we don't need to specially target code at - but maybe I'm missing something.