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Do you mean "event" as in raising a real event? If so, the VM raising events to the V is kinda backwards Big Grin | :-D and not really much different then just exposing public properties in the VM that the V binds to.

On the drive in to work, I thought about this more... I'm now thinking something along the lines of following the .NET control model. I think using the built in VisualStateManager could possibly work. I haven't tried it, so it may be dependent on something Wink | ;) , if so, something very similiar to it. This way, you can handle a bunch of different states (in the XAML) with a single object.

Kinda all the same... 50 public bools vs. 50 events vs. a visual state manager. I'd definitely go with some design that can do multiple things off of one property / event / whatever.
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