Wow. Not since upgrading Win 3.1 to Win 95 have I felt so conflicted about an OS. Although, in this case it's more the lack of support of the OS then Microsofts efforts that is the issue. Admittedly, not many of us are running a 64 bit processor and therefore this may not be an issue for anyone...but those that might have something to input would be much apapreciated. Here's the Glory: Holy Cow, my puter is BLAZIN' fast now. I've had a Althon 64 3400+ processor for over a year now and I must say I am extremely pleased and impressed with the performance of the OS. It isn't often that once can see a noticable and tangible difference when it comes to processing speeds but in this case it is impossible NOT to notice. Here's the pain: Drivers, drivers, drivers. After my upgrade and updates were all done, my HP Deskjet 5550 Printer would not work, my Logitech Quickcam express would not work, my D-Link USB wireless adapter would not work. The issue as it would appear to be is that even with 6 years or more leadtime on the emergence of the 64bit OS, that most manufacturers in the marketplace have still failed to yield proper driver support. I can understand this being an issue for some of the smaller manufacturers out there but c'mon. Look at those names. HP, Logitech, Dlink....big names and yet a fundamental lack of drivers. HP has a workaround for the printer (at sub par performance). Logitech has no 64 bit drivers for any of their webcams (but Creative has a couple of models which are supported so it looks as if I will have to buy a new webcam). Dlink has very limited 64 bit drivers (mainly Beta's in Taiwan) but for only a few select models (and of course my newest latest greatest fastest ISN'T one of those lucky few). I'd like to know everyones thoughts about the OS, what problems they have encountered, if there were any good driver resources they have found etc.... I'll say this though. The OS is fast, stable and frankly a breath of fresh air. Now if we can only get past these small obstacles then the future is promising indeed.