I've spoken to a few people who are using Windows 7 for their day-to-day computing at home, and they have only the most minor complaints, such as "it makes me run Visual Studio as administrator". This early on in a Microsoft OS lifecycle, I find that something of a miracle. Their marketing slogan should probably be "We fixed Vista!". I wonder whether it would have been possible to actually fix Vista and just stick with that, or was it too far gone even for its creators to salvage?
Mokalus of Borg
PS - I'll probably only end up with Windows 7 on a far distant new PC.
PPS - Or possibly a little netbook.