Via Jan Kabili over at theunofficialphotoshopweblog:
Adobe wasted no time after closing its acquisition of Macromedia to announce its first joint products: Adobe Design Bundle and Adobe Web Bundle. These are just what they sound like — bundles of Adobe and Macromedia products without any addition integration. A third bundle, Adobe Video Bundle, is expected in early 2006
Adobe Design Bundle, which sells for $1599 at the Adobe Store, includes Adobe Creative Suite Premium 2 (Photoshop CS2, InDesign CS2, Illustrator CS2, GoLive CS2, Version Cue CS2, Acrobat 7.0 Professional, and Bridge) and Macromedia Flash 8 Professional. Adobe Web Bundle, which sells for $1899, includes Adobe Creative Suite 2 Premium and Macromedia Studio 8 (Dreamweaver 8, Flash Professional 8, Fireworks 8, Contribute 3, and FlashPaper 2). Education prices are a much better deal—$549 for the Design Bundle and $599 for the Web Bundle. There are also some upgrade deals from Adobe Creative Suite 1 (Standard or Premium) and Macromedia Studio MX and MX 2004. There is no upgrade path from stand alone products, like Photoshop, to a bundle. If you recently purchased Adobe Creative Suite 2 and want a bundle instead, Adobe suggests in its faq PDF, that you try to return CS2 to the location from which you bought it.
Hmm, glad I haven't bought CS2 yet. Return it? What crappy customer service.