Hi everyone,<BR><BR>Brand new to .NET here, so forgive me if this question has been asked (and answered) before.<BR><BR>I&#039;ve been reading some of the DataGrid tutorials on the site, and noticed that they had the data retrieval (DataReaders, for instance) and DataGrid presentation code on the same page. <BR><BR>I assume that&#039;s for readability&#039;s sake, but it&#039;s been hammered into me time and again that I should separate content from presentation, and I&#039;m doing that now with my XML and XSL files.<BR><BR>I&#039;d like to explore the DataGrid some more, and was wondering if anyone has some strategies on how to load data into it, yet keep the presentation of the grid in a separate file, possibly in an XSL stylesheet? Has anyone done this, or am I missing the point of the DataGrid-- is it supposed to replace XSL&#039;s presentation features? Thanks for the help