FPM out, FCS goes to SCCM, FPE and FPSP stay with FFSMC.
"Stripped of the marketing speak the move means that Redmond has decided to work together with its channel partners to sell server-based security products rather than trying to go head-to-head with the likes of Symantec and McAfee in the enterprise desktop security market, where it hasn't made much inroads."
Er, is that definitely what it means? Surely what they're saying is that the management of the Forefront AV client will now be done through SCCM (where it belongs) rather than a stand-alone manager, while Forefront for Exchange and Forefront for Sharepoint will still use a separate management console. They're not abandoning the desktop security market though - just changing where the management is done.
Of course I could have got that wrong - the Forefront range has to be the most confusing jumble of acronyms and badly named products ever to grace the world of IT, but the original blog post is here: http://blogs.technet.com/forefront/.