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Karen Corby is the Program Manager who worked with the Expression Blend team in developing the Visual State Manager feature. Karen has written four excellent and comprehensive blog posts (starting here) which explain the motivation for VSM, everything you can do with VSM and how it works under the covers, and how to build and skin a custom control. Even if you won't be writing your own custom control, this is highly recommended material on the subject from someone who designs the platform itself.

Below I've shamelessly copied out Karen's further reading section so we have a good set of links in one place:

 -Steve White

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