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TFS integration with MS Project

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Experts,

I am trying to understand the integration of Team Foundation Server and MS Project Server \ Project Client.

We have TFS 2008 at the moment and Project Client Standard 2007. We are trying to decide if it is a good move to go to Project Server 2010 and how this will integrate with TFS 2008, or if we should upgrade to TFS 2010 as well?

I've been searching around but can't seem to find information such as what integration features are available with each version?

TFS 2008 and Project Server 2010 \ Project Client 2007
TFS 2008 and Project Server 2007 \ Project Client 2007
TFS 2010 and Project Server 2010 \ Project Client 2007

Thanks in advance for your help.
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Thanks for the links. I'll have a look.
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This was helpful but I still couldn't find much on the integration details between TFS and Project Server.

Thanks though
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