IGNORE THIS! Apparently you can already do it https://twitter.com/#!/duncansutcliffe/status/192546883464474624 :)
Hosting a SSRS report inside an ASP.Net app is not hard but its not particularly easy either. I have an idea that I think could make it much much easier - let me explain.
Excel Services' REST API has the ability to render parts (including charts) of an Excel workbook as an image. I have talked about this capability here: http://bit.ly/zdEVnk
This makes it brain-dead simple to add an Excel chart to any web page simply using an <img> tag. The key compelling aspect of this is that the chart isn't a copy from some point-in-time - it is showing live data from the underlying workbook and if that underlying data changes simply hitting F5 in your browser refreshes the image too. That's very cool!
I would like you to bring the same capability to SSRS - give us the ability to render a entire SSRS report as an image that we can simply embed in any web page usnig the <img> tag. Sure, the report won't be interactive (e.g. you can't click on any hyperlinks or chart series') but in a lot of cases that doesn't matter - people simply want an at-a-glance visualisation of the data