And if you've got MSDN add Windows 8 to that list.
That said, we aren't installing any of this stuff here quite yet -- I'm a bit nervous about how .NET 4.5 overwrites 4.0. Don't have the time to be the MS beta tester this week.
In addition, this release includes MVC 4, which is usable separately if one is still using VS2010. I'm with wwb on this one though, until I can research any the breaking changes.
@wwb. Yeah, 2012 was a good year to have MSDN Subscription. Most of MS developer/database products were released this year. Don't blame you for holding out, there might a few kinks that might need to be addresses shortley. I guess going solo has the advantages of not working for a shop, so you can use bleeding-edge software.
@serenarules, That is awesome news with MVC 4 being on VS2010. I didn't know that. I guess the big-bad MS isn't so bad after all.
BTW, when in the hell did you become a Mentor. :D
Bring on Win 8!