I wrote an article at our site on what I called "The Apocalypse Attack" in the Caro-Kann, which goes 1.e4 c6 2.Nf3 d5 3.exd5 cxd5 4.Ne5! I was recently tipped to some related links:
Zadruzny-Margvelashvili, Herceg Novi 2005
An interesting game that features the "outpost" plan of reinforcing the Knight at e5 by d4, c3, and f4 with a lock on the dark squares.
Marie Sebag - XU Yuanyuan, Cannes 2004 annotated by Faruk Tairi
Probably the first important game of the line receives some good analysis here.
Caro-Cann, 1.e4 c6 2. Sf3 d5 3.exd5 cxd5 4. Se5... by Faruk Tairi
A fascinating miniature that illustrates why Black should not play ...Bf5 in this line!
There is also an article in Jeroen Bosch's Secrets of Opening Surprises #2 (New in Chess 2005).
Hat tip to TalJechin at the excellent ChessPublishing.com Forum for the info.