We've been thinking about getting Vista for our pc as our "Upgrade Windows XP Home" version I think is buggy and for the 49th time since owning it, has just had to be reinstalled and the drive reformatted. To be fair, a few of those were from viruses and this reformat I believe is from the drive starting to go (heard some clicking before and windows immediately froze after sound, also had disk boot failure that magically went away after 3 reboots). So we are getting a new Western digital 320GB SATA3.0GB hard drive and on it will probably be Vista as I still think our XP version is buggy. My question is, I just read about that work around for the Upgrade version of Vista and want to know if anyone has actually tried it and gotten it to work? If it does, is it for both the Home Premium and Ultimate? Also, I noticed that the article was in January, so does that still hold true with the newest production of Vista and a few months from now(Might get it next month or so, just wondering for the forseeable future) or has Microsoft addressed that and stoppped it from working? Thanks.