Anybody try Xandros 3. Nice features as you can dual boot using XP. The problems I ran into was connecting to the internet and then reclaiming my XP boot.ini after deleting my Xandros partition. I really started getting hooked on this Linux as it was my first Linux install. I've also tried Klinux and Knoppix. Lots to learn but I got discouraged pretty quick as connecting to the internet shouldn't be that difficult. Patience is the key here I'm guessing. Xandros reminded me of the Longhorn alphas I've experimented with but working of course. It appears the Linux open source developers are making huge strides to convert windows people over to them by making these various newer models more user friendly. Lots of respect to you Linux users out there. You really have to know your **** but I'm guessing once you get it down its pretty addicting.