So I've been reading some news about windows 7 release dates, specifications, types, etc. I recently found out that there will be some sort of a "free discount" upgrade to Windows 7 for Vista Premium, Business, and Ultimate users. Well I find that fine and dandy but there's just one snitch...They left out Home Basic! Is it just me, or does this seem a little bit discriminatory? I'm a Vista Home Basic user and I find this a little bit outrageous! I read up on this and found a few interesting things in this article right here: Microsoft to offer 'special' Windows 7 upgrade deals | Vista Home To quote: "That leaves out Vista Home Basic, the lowest-priced edition available in most markets, including the U.S. 'Windows Home Basic is not in scope for this program as there is no 'like' version of Windows 7 in mature markets,' said the site." Okay, that's understandable but for whatever reason (too many bugs, too slow, etc) shouldn't home basic users get a piece of the cake too? They could simply give us the discount to the Windows 7 Premium edition! I purchased my copy of Vista long ago when Premium was a bit too expensive for me and I knew I wouldn't get certain features but I find this new ordeal pretty ridiculous! So I'm pretty much stuck with paying a huge price for it? Windows Vista Home Basic users (or others) what are your thoughts on this?