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which version of Visual Studio 2010 should I use

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I'm debating which version of visual studio to purchase or not to purchase.  I've used VS 2010 professional in the past and didn't have a lot of issues with it.  I was wondering if anybody out there has used the features out there associated with premium and ultimate and if they feel if any of them are useful.  Particularly useful enough to justify the increase in cost.  Obviously that would depend on my particular situation but I'm mainly looking to see what others experiences have been.

I'm also interested in other people experience with the express edition compared to professional.  Not quite as interested since I've already used the professional version I can download and compare the free express edition fairly easily.

Personally I haven't figured out why I'd need to go beyond the professional edition.  Some of the features sound nice but I feel like I can do without them.
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One of the biggest differences of Professional vs Premium is the lack of database development tools.  Premium has the database development tools.  Microsoft recently changed the names of the Visual Studio offerings.  The OLD Professional version used to have all the database development.  Now they have moved those features into the Premium version.  Look at this site and compare...
http://www.microsoft.com/visualstudio/en-us/products/2010-editions/product-comparison
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