I downloaded their live cd, not expecting it to work. I have a Compaq R3000 laptop with an nvidia video/audio set, broadcom wireless net, and alps glidepoint mouse. I've never been able to get the glidepoint working under the 2.6.* kernel, and it took me about an hour to get the nvidia video & audio working properly. So I booted up the Ubuntu disk, and except for the broadcom wireless (which should easily be fixed with ndiswrapper), everything started up working flawlessly on the first try - even ACPI. This is the best thing to come from Africa since Nigerian bankers wanting to give you $20 million. I may have to download their install disks and take Fedora off of it.