@King: It depends on your MSDN subscription level.
If you have Pro or Test Pro with MSDN you'll get 10 courses for a three month period. Access to the courses end three months after you've registered with Pluralsight.
If you have Premium w/MSDN, MSDN Platforms, and Ultimate with MSDN then you receive a 12 month Pluralsight subscription (the 12 months starts when you've registered with Pluralsight). We'll be updating the course list roughly every six months based on usage and what's new...You'll receive notice beforehand so that you can finish up any courses before they're swapped out with new courses.
Let me know if there's anything else I can help with.
@King: Pluralsight's 'Plus' features are available with the benefit and include mobile apps, exercise files, assessments, certificates and offline viewing. I've checked with Pluralsight and slides are not a standard inclusion as part of the exercise file download.
Once you've registered for Pluralsight, the quickest way to find the courses, exercises, etc,, available to you is to go to the Account page at https://www.pluralsight.com/account. Click on the course you're interested in and you'll see the exercise files, assessments, and discussion forum on the course page under the 'course content' section on the right. Note that you'll need to be signed in to access these features and they're available only for the courses included with your subscription.
Pluralsight's mobile players are simply video players, so they do not have the ability to access the exercise files or assessments.
Thanks for the feedback on the benefit and the video!
Regarding your comments:
BizSpark members have access to Pluralsight courses through an existing, different offering. Check out the details on the BizSpark portal.
MPN members also receive specific program benefits outside of MSDN subscriptions, including training. With that said, I'll forward your feedback to the MPN team.
VL & retail MSDN subscribers that want access to the full Pluralsight library can get a discount off the price of an annual Pluralsight subscription. Once you've registered for Pluralsight, you'll see a link on their account page to take advantage of the discount.
The quickest way to find the benefits included with your MSDN subscription is to check out your MSDN My Account page.