I don't normally consider Ektron much of an industry shaker, but the recent announcement of eWebEditPro+XML (that's not techy sounding at all) is potentially relevant to a lot of folks who think CMS. From the press release: Ektron eWebEditPro+XML is the first browser-based editing tool designed to make XML authoring transparent for end-users. Version 4.0 includes a new Design Mode feature, which automates the manual step of creating XML structure and supporting documents, including XSLTs and schemas. Version 4.0 of Ektron eWebEditPro, the market-leading, browser-based HTML/XHTML editor, also adds new functionality. "With Ektron eWebEditPro+XML, organizations can exploit XML's superior data collection, storage, and presentation capabilities in a simple, straightforward and coherent way," says Ektron CEO Bill Rogers. "Our WYSIWYG environment hides XML from the business user. Now, we add a Design Mode to eliminate the need for developers to write XLSTs and schemas. Ektron's editor automates previously time-consuming XML-oriented tasks." Pricing starts at $299 for 10 users, with enterprise pricing available. ...groovy stuff Bill. Read the press release. Read more about eWebEditPro+XML.