So I just recently got turned on to the advantages of using flash as content. I am soooo pleased with the comparative load times to video under vvvv, I did a set that was 80% flash last night and my light jock said it was the best set of mine he's seen thusfar. For that I used a bunch of freely available content I found online, but, of course, I want to make my own. I know that with the whole Adobe thing something has happened to open up the flash standard, given that there are suddenly a bajillion actionscript editors/tweakers/manipulators available. What I'm wondering is, has anyone a solution for creating the graphics part of flash without having to jump for the cost of purchasing the flash suite? Not just because I'm a cheap bastard, but also 1) I much prefer to support open source/GPL initiatives if possible, and 2) I really don't need all of the capabilities of that software, mostly I just want to be able to import SVGs that I create in inkscape and move them around, fade in and out, etc. I've looked through OSFlash.org, but I'm not considering that a comprehensive list, since I found a bunch of stuff on sourceforge that wasn't there. So far I've found two promising looking IDEs that only run under linux, and one Windows product that runs, but doesn't actually do anything, other than generating a lovely bug report. Anyone have anything?