Though I'd post this...basically it'll take an RSS (or other any XML) feed from an external source and transform it using a specified XSLT script (try this one for a basic RSS transformer... rssTransform.xslt) Usage is pretty simple...for example :
Response.Write(getXML("http://weblogs.asp.net/mainfeed.aspx","../xslt/rssTransform.xslt",120))
will parse the ASP.NET weblogs main feed...with a 120 second cache time
Function getXML(sourceFile,xsltFile,cacheTime) 
'On Error Resume Next
if((DateDiff("s",Application.Value(sourceFile + "_Expr"),Now())>cacheTime) Or len(Application.Value(sourceFile))=0) then
dim styleFile 
dim source, style 
styleFile = Server.MapPath(xsltFile)
Dim xmlhttp
Set xmlhttp = Server.CreateObject("MSXML2.ServerXMLHTTP.4.0")
xmlhttp.Open "GET", sourceFile, false
xmlhttp.Send
set source = Server.CreateObject("Microsoft.FreeThreadedXMLDOM")
source.async = false 
source.loadxml(xmlhttp.ResponseText) 
set style = Server.CreateObject("Microsoft.FreeThreadedXMLDOM")
style.async = false 
style.load(styleFile) 
outputHtml = source.transformNode(style) 
if(err.number = 0) then
Application.Lock
Application(sourceFile) = outputHtml
Application.Value(sourceFile + "_Expr") = now()
Application.UnLock
getXML = outputHtml
else
getXML = Application.Value(sourceFile)
end if
set source = nothing 
set style = nothing 
else
getXML = Application.Value(sourceFile)
end if
On Error Goto 0
End Function