FuzzyFinder is a useful Vim extension that I've discovered recently (nothing to do with Fuzzyman). It has proven to be a great productivity enhancer, especially when dealing with large codebases with many files.
FuzzyFinder provides a mechanism to search through files on disk or Vim
buffers using fuzzy filename matching. When activated it interactively searches the
current directory for files matching the name you entered. Matching
is very loose, so if for example you enter "abc", you'll get a list of all
*a*b*c*. It sounds strange at first but is very
effective in practice.
Here's a screen shot of FuzzyFinder when first activated. A list of all files in the current directory is displayed.
This screenshot shows what happens after a few characters have been entered. The list of available choices is filtered to match. Very powerful.
FuzzyFinder can also do recursive matching using the
wildcard. This is great for large source code trees.