If anyone is looking for a good, entry-level Linux distro, see if you can't get your hands on a copy of Xandros. Installation was super-easy. It automatically detected my windows network. Sharing a printer across that network was as easy as with windows. I haven't had a change to really dig into it, but at a glance, it's a great place to start. BTW, I'm a COMPLETE linux newb, so the advanced version are just that; advanced beyond my current knowledge. I'm hoping I'll gain some valuable knowledge from this experience.