VB.NET gets a hard time from C# developers. For a variety of reasons, the leading .NET programmers seem to be working in C#, and VB.NET developers get really tired of saying, "Hey, VB.NET can do that, too!"
Is this VB.NET vs. C#, round three?
Now, to be clear, this is VBx, as in VB 10 - the version that will ship after Visual Studio 2008 (nee. Orcas). Still, dynamic languages are so hot right now, and this is a much cooler differentiating feature than being the language of VBA and Reporting Services Expressions...