Microsoft purchased Dundas last year. They have now provided the charting components free (hope gauges are in the pipeline), all re-named and re-branded, but I have used their former name, because they are known industry wide as components of an exceptionally high standard. These charting components are used in all manner of business applications, including accuracy and mission critical applications monitoring activity in nuclear power stations.
You can download the components from here. Make sure you read all the links, especially on deployment; If you build an application using the controls, your setup and deployment should add MSChart.exe installer as a pre-requisite.
It must be said that the install experience is fragmented, and one has to add the charting component manually in the Visual Studio toolbox by browsing to the System.Windows.Forms.DataVisualisation dll, even after installing the toolbox creator.
I would also highly recommend ensuring you download and run the Visual Studio samples, because it is a very rich resource for samples, features and demonstrations, and the best way to acclimatise oneself with the new library.