On July 4th, 2008, the TrueCrypt Foundation released TrueCrypt version 6.0. TrueCrypt is a very popular open-source disk encryption tool that is currently based on the XTS-AES encryption mode that the IEEE P1619 Task Group developed and standardized in December 2007. As the chair of the IEEE Security in Storage Working Group (SISWG) -- the group that oversaw the development of XTS -- I'm very pleased to see the continued adoption of XTS in the industry.
On a related note, NIST is currently considering XTS as an Approved Mode of Operation for protecting U.S. government confidential data under FIPS 140-2. If NIST accepts XTS, this will be a huge boon to TrueCrypt and similar tools that use XTS. If you use TrueCrypt or other tools that use XTS, please send NIST a comment (before Sept 2008).
For a limited time, you can pick up a free copy of XTS from IEEE. After September, you'll have to buy it from the IEEE store. See the P1619 homepage for instructions and other information.