Just in case you missed the blog post from Scott Guthrie yesterday, I will post this.
One of my favorite little added bonuses of using IDEs is that I get a lot of helpers that generate code and files for me. If I call a method that doesn't exist I am able to have a stub of the method automatically generated. In the ASP.NET MVC beta they've added a new menu for adding views.
The Add View window it brings looks extremely useful. I look forward to using that to create my views. It handles strongly-typed views and MasterPage selection.
Overall it looks like a nice release.
For those of you who want to deploy using ASP.NET MVC keep in mind that Scott says this in his post.
Today's ASP.NET MVC Beta release comes with an explicit "go-live" license that allows you to deploy it in production environments. The previous preview releases also allowed go-live deployments, but did so by not denying permission to deploy as opposed to explicitly granting it (which was a common source of confusion). Today's release is clearer about this in the license.
Good day and enjoy ASP.NET MVC's newest release.