How well do you know your Microsoft acronyms?

 I made the following challenge over on Channel 9 – anyone care to take up the gauntlet?

“That takes me back - when I started at Microsoft eight years ago, I worked in the Windows build lab. This was back when we were working on SUR, and IIS 1.0. We used SLM instead of SD, and there were no VBLs. Working in the neck of the software development funnel was quite an experience back then - and I'm sure the challenges of the job have not decreased over the past eight years.

10 points to anyone who can identify all the acronyms I used above. (Ok, only 5 points if you are an MS employee.)”

[UPDATE: Kevin Dente got them all right - I suggest guessing before reading the comments on this entry if you want to play along.]