I posted a reply to your question "soap transformation example for Service Link" on 8/11 and also uploaded two sample XSL files, one outbound and one inbound. The sample outbound XSL has commonly used parsing patterns, including one to parse a dictionary field value from NSXML
I'm not sure if you're doing this already or not, but when working on these types of issues I've found it very helpful to work on the XSL using a tool such as XML Pad. You take a copy of the NSXML from a request in service link and then you can edit your XSL and keep re-applying the transformation and view the output XML without having to resubmit requests in RC.
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