The SQL team seems to have been quite busy recently, commenting on and closing out many bugs and suggestions that have been raised, I suppose as they close out work on the SQL Server 2008 codebase.
Some (like Buck Woody and Bill Ramos, among others) have been very good about commenting that while they can't address the issue(s) for SQL Server 2008, they will be looking at the work for a future version of SQL Server.
Other issues seem to have been completely ignored.
About a week ago, I filed a suggestion entitled "SSMS : deleting constraint needs to be easier." This is about how a unique constraint, for example, gets placed in the wrong spot in the Object Explorer hierarchy, and subsequently how a "Delete" context menu item is offered in cases where it can only be doomed to failure.
Initially, the comment from Microsoft (12/9) looked promising. Then this morning, the issue was closed as "Resolved (Won't Fix)." Without a comment as to why.
Personally, I don't think this issue (as well as countless others that have been similarly discarded) has been "resolved" at all. Certainly I can understand that they're not going to invest months and months of effort into making SSMS better. But defer the issue, or something. Right now the resolution seems to be, "Yep, that's the way it is. Get used to it."