Customizing Visual Studio 2005 SmartTag key strokes

One of the great additions in Visual Studio 2005 are SmartTags.  These are the little drop down menus that appear in the IDE when you’re writing code.  The one I use the most is ‘Add Using’ functionality.  What I don’t like about SmartTags is the default key stroke (Ctrl+Alt+F10) that ships with Visual Studio 2005.  Who can feel comfortable with this monstrosity of finger yoga?  The first thing that I do when I start working with a fresh IDE is to remap the View.SmartTagShow View.ShowSmartTag item to Ctrl+Alt+Down Arrow.  I find that it is more intuitive (you are, after all, trying to make something appear in a downward fashion) and much more physically comfortable.