If the ease with which Win 7 Beta Bit 32 Build 7106 could be installed into a system board built in 2008 [ Zotac nForce 610i-iTX with NVIDIA MCP73 SERIES Chipset, Intel LGA 775 socket (I installed Intel celeron for this limited budget system) with just 2 Memory slots for max 4 GB DDR11 533/667 RAM sticks(mind you this is a mini-itx board 170mmX170mm for my ThermalTake LANBOX VF1000 BWS) and on board Video nvidia GeForce 7050, SATA IIX2 PATA x1, LAN, Azalia HD Audio, one PCIE 8 USB 2 PORTS with driver support for Win Vista x32 and x64 ] is any indication of things to come when the RTM rolls out, I belive it is going to remove any bad taste WinME and Win Vista had left in us not so long ago. As an avid Linux user, I am convinced that Win 7 would raise the bar even higher for them. I had Win XP Pro SP3 and Win7 Beta Bit 64 Build 7048 on 2 different partitions on the same Computer which is part of a home network with other windows and Linux systems. This Build 7106 had no problem identifying the existing Wireless and LAN adapter with no help from the Manufacturer's discs to locate, install the required drivers and boot to the Internet on first appearance of my Desktop. All I had to do was to change the Workgroup name to the same as others and reboot to connect and easily display all my other Sysems on Network folder of Win 7 Build 7106. The only thing I had to "cure" was an ! against Smb. which was very easy as I inserted the Zotac nForce 610i motherboard disc and showed DM the Drive letter. 40 minutes from dropping the Win 7 DVd to DVD drive to the IE 8 to access WWW.MSN.COM is a new record for Microsoft Windows. Of course installing your Antivirus, Office Suite and things like that will be adding their own time but it is not what I was testing.