I'm not sure if this is allowed, I haven't been around the forums lately and I sort of forgot the policy regarding this, but to those that this might interest to the best of my knowledge Microsoft is offering this list of software
Full list of the software you get:
Windows Server 2008
Windows Server 2003 R2
Windows SharePoint Services
Application Platform Servers BizTalk Server, Commerce Server, Host Integration Server, Connected Services Framework, Customer Care Framework
Business Productivity Servers Content Management Server, Exchange Server, Office Live Communications Server, Office Forms Server, Office Groove Server, Office PerformancePoint Server, Speech Server, Sharepoint Server, Windows Sharepoint Services
IT Operations Servers Identity Integration Server, Microsoft System Center, Microsoft Operations Manager, Microsoft System Center Capacity Planner, Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager, Systems Management Server, ISA Server
Windows Vista Ultimate/Enterprise/Business
Windows XP Professional/Tablet PC Edition
Office Ultimate/Enterprise/Professional Plus/Professional 2007 
Office Word, Office Excel, Office PowerPoint, Office Outlook & Business Contact Manager, Office Access
Office Publisher, Office InfoPath, Office OneNote, Office Communicator, Office Groove, Office SharePoint Designer, Office Visio, Office Project Standard
Office Accounting, Office Business Scorecard Manager, MapPoint, Office FrontPage
Office Project Professional
Office Project Server, Office Project Portfolio Server
Dynamics AX, GP, NAV, SL, Microsoft Forecaster & Microsoft FRx
Dynamics CRM, Point of Sale, Microsoft Small Business Accounting & Financials
All of it for a price point of 99$, it's a great deal for people who need the mentioned programs, and even for people who don't need all of it. After you pay 99$ Microsoft will let you download all the mentioned programs from their servers if I understand their conditions correctly. Not sure if anyone's interested, and again, I'm not sure if this kind of thread is even allowed, but for those who are looking for a good way to get your hands on some legitimate software cheaply, this is a good way to do it I think.
On another note, I signed up for Microsoft's feedback survey program a few months ago and got an e-mail from them saying that they've shipped a copy of Windows Vista Ultimate 64-bit Retail.
Here's the link btw, for those that are interested.