Update 1: This story now start to be like a bad joke. Scott Guthrie and Tim Heuer answers sounds like an Abbott and Costello routine, yes you need to be MSDN Premium subscriber, but yes I am, no you aren't, we tell you, you need to be an MSDN Premium subscriber, etc... !! Come on, can we get some "intelligent" answers ?
I heard Microsoft Expression has been released for MSDN Premium subscribers.
So I checked with excitement the download page. What? It's not there?
I am an MSDN Premium subscriber, well that what I thought, but apparently maybe I am not part of the elite, with access to the full Team Suite, but the one just under with Team Suite for Software Developers!
If this is true, this is a scandal! I subscribed to MSDN Premium to have access to all Microsoft technologies but apparenty it's not enough.
I remember that my subscription to MSDN Universal gave me at the time an access to almost everything.
Microsoft, if you want me to promote and use your products, you need to review your marketing!
It's true I can get Expression Web and Blend, but what's about Expression Design and Media ?!?
I want to see Expression Studio as part of MSDN Premium at least for the three levels of subscription. I knew by splitting the MSDN subscriptions in different layers, some day it would cause some grief. This is the day my friend it's happening, we are not good (pay) enough for Microsoft products.
If someone from MSDN read this can you give shed some lights on this matter?