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Many of the css3 features are already incorporated into cs4 but as browser manufacturer specific items. And as CSS3 has not been finalized that is how the features will be / should be implemented anyway.
As for CS5, that's the big question and only Adobe will know untill it is anounced, although there is an indication that more of css3 will be included.
thanks a lot ....
Earlier this week Adobe released several "preview" videos of new technologies for a future version of Dreamweaver... One of them does get into support for HTML5 and CSS3, and although it's deemed more experimental at this point, it's still great stuff. http://bit.ly/drUahg
And yesterday Microsoft unveiled a preview of IE9 including HTML5 and CSS3 support, so looks like it's got wings.