Thank you Colin for your prompt reply :-)
I will assume this is the thing that is "right in front of me" so I will go looking for it in Premiere Pro CS4 momentarily and report back!
Yep, just select a clip in your sequence, and go to the Effects Controls Panel--it should be docked with your Source Monitor. Swivel down Motion, and then you can animate Scale and Position (or Anchor Point, if you prefer).
On a related note, how can you have a VIDEO editor of consequence without pan and zoom ? Am I the only one who find this curious ? Is this issue like the crazy aunt in the attic that no-one wants to talk about ?
Look before you leap in with an ill informed opion.
A little more hands on time and maybe breaking out the help or manual files would have lead you to the discovery of what Colin pointed out.
You will discover a world of power and tricks within the CS5 applications. Not all are immediately evident but they become fundamental and instinctive after a bit of time. Many of us can still be shown a trick or two after many years with the apps. Colin B. is a source of many of them.
As Colin points out, it's the exact same for stills, or for Video. Just Select your Clip and go to the Effects Control Panel, where you will find the fixed Effects (appear automatically for all Video Clips), Motion, Rotation and Opacity, along with Volume, if you have muxed Audio.