In Visual Studio Whidbey, the Help system will have the ability to perform a “scoped” install.  Scoped install only installs content that is optimized for particular user types; Visual Basic developer, VC++ Developer, etc.   Scoped install has the benefits of copying less content to your hard disk, reducing installation time, and removing potentially unneeded content from the Index and Table of Contents windows.  On the down side, if you do a scoped install of Help content, its possible that later, if you add additional Visual Studio installation features, you might not have Help content installed for them.  In that case, you would need to go back to MSDN setup and install the additional help content for the features you just installed.  Is this a good thing?  Is having a faster install time and reduced clutter in the Index and Table of contents a good trade off for not having all Visual Studio content on your machine?