This chapter was all about data binding with Windows Forms 2.0. Not only has data binding become quicker and easier than before, but it is now more flexible and more efficient in many cases. In addition to getting an overview of data binding, you were also introduced to the DataGrid's successor: the DataGridView. The DataGridView is an extremely flexible and extensible grid control that makes it easy to create compelling visual grids without having to resort to spending weeks creating custom columns or buying third-party grids. Finally, this chapter covered an extremely powerful new feature of Windows Forms 2.0: object binding. After reading this chapter, you should feel comfortable creating powerful, flexible, data-driven user interfaces in Windows Forms applications.