I think that Cross Page Postbacks have been largely
forgotten about because of the other advantage that .NET has brought. The ease
of using one page to do all of the work has made the need for doing a
cross-page postback more rare than it was "back in the day." However,
the next time you find yourself type Server.Transfer or Response.Redirect, look
a little deeper at that you are doing, and ask yourself if a cross-page
postback would serve your needs better.