During IIS7 development, I've written quite a few modules for IIS7 / ASP.NET. Some of these were for various demos, others were to help out various internal and external customers, and others just because they were fun to write.
Now, I am thinking about upgrading some of these with the feature requests and bugfixes you have been asking for, and getting some new ones up as well. Come check out what you can get right now, and weigh in on what I should next at http://mvolo.com/blogs/serverside/archive/2007/10/28/Mike_2700_s-IIS7-modules-_2D00_-what_2700_s-coming-next.aspx.
Everybody knows that IIS FastCGI is a great way to run PHP applications on IIS.
We've been making great strides at delivering a solid production experience for hosting PHP on IIS, for both IIS7 on Windows Vista/Windows Server 2008 and IIS6 / IIS5.1 on Windows Server 2003 and Windows XP.
So, if you are looking to give FastCGI a try, where should you start? With all the coverage this work has been receiving, its starting to get out of hand.
Get all the information you absolutely need to know to get started at: http://mvolo.com/blogs/serverside/archive/2007/10/09/IIS-FastCGI-and-PHP_3A00_-What-you-absolutely-need-to-know-to-host-PHP-applications-on-IIS-6-and-IIS-7.aspx.
Read about the fastest way to create IIS7 websites in bulk at http://mvolo.com/blogs/serverside/archive/2007/10/06/Create-IIS7-websites-and-application-pools-fast-with-AppCmd.aspx.