It would seem that Silverlight 2 (WPF on the web!) is getting closer and closer.
It’s very exciting of course, simply because having WPF on the web makes it more available to more people.
Microsoft have released an RC (Release Candidate) for the development world, allegedly to allow everyone to get their sites working against the final release API.
Personally, i think it’s to get the development world licking their lips at the features being included.
That works for me without a doubt