If for some reason you wanted to know what version (and possibly license) of TFS were you running (as a fellow Avanut did in the communities), then check out this tool by Jeff.
Speaking of TFS, Brian has published the "final" feature list of what to expect in TFS 2008 including compatibility with VSTS 2005.
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