On July 10th Microsoft officially announced the availability of Silverlight 3 and the Release Candidate of Blend 3 including SketchFlow (the launch event is available here). If you are interested in getting all the details about these releases I suggest you to have a look at the following post of Scott Guthrie.
But today I'm happy to announce that Microsoft released the final version of the full family of Expression 3, which includes Expression Blend + Sketchflow, Expression Web, Expression Encoder and Expression Design.
I therefore really encourage you to download the 60 day trial and start to play with these great tools together with Silverlight 3 (www.silverlight.net).
Expression Studio 3 will be included as part of the MSDN Premium and higher subscriptions (meaning MSDN Premium customers don’t have to pay anything extra to get all of the Expression Studio products).
> Expression Studio 3 will be included as part of the MSDN Premium and higher subscriptions
> (meaning MSDN Premium customers don’t have to pay anything extra to get all of the
> Expression Studio products).
At the moment it doesn't show up in my Subscriber Downloads. Maybe we (subscribers) have to wait a little bit longer :-(
is the whole expression studio 3 available in the MSDN Premium? In the past it was only Expression Blend and Web, but not the Expression Design.....
Yes the whole expression suite will be available as part of the MSDN Premium