BTW, Expression Design is pretty damned slick. You can create full vector images just like if you were using Photoshop, and export them out to XAML. I thought that was impressive. The demo on that was nice too.
I also got the trial of Expression Web and downloaded the starter kit. I thought there was going to be something cool in there, but turns out, there is nothing (that my untrained eye can find) that has anything to do with WPF! Its just a plain Asp.Net 2.0 website!
I went through quite a bit of WPF/E stuff yesterday and I have to say, that’s probably as far as I’m going to go with it for quite awhile. The technology doesn’t fit what I do, because I don’t build Amazon or YouTube or anything of those websites that would benefit and look snazzy with this type of ability that WPF/E provides.
Those of you have do have more than 4 hours of “getting to know you” time with WPF/E, feel free to set me straight on this.