This certainly came out of nowhere.
There's another "high-Tc" superconductor joining the fun. This time, unlike the cuprates, it consist of iron-arsenic planes, and is doped with fluoride atoms. Currently, it has a Tc of 26K, but that would probably change.
From preliminary report, it seems that it is not phonon-mediated, but rather via spin-fluctuation. It would be interesting to see if it has the same phase diagram as the cuprates and if it also has a pseudogap state.
Update 04/18/08 : There's a rather good summary on this in a Science daily news.