Soma Segar announced earlier today that the Web and Blend tools from the Microsoft Expression Suite are going to be included in the Premium MSDN subscription content.
This is a bit of a coup for the .NET community who expressed considerable feedback on the subject. I personally know a lot people will be very happy at the decision.
It's yet another example of Microsoft listening to community voices with regard to toolsets. A similar decision was made around Team Foundation Server early last year following customer feedback which resulted in the Workgroup Edition of the software lifecycle tool being included in MSDN subscriptions.