Just for the record, I've checked out the Mojave Experiment website (as I said I would in my previous article about it), and my expectations were met. If you look at the feature set for Vista, this is what people are experiencing here... features of the os in a controlled environment, running on current hardware with a fast internet connection. And what do they like? Not surprisingly, there are some features they like, such as "indexing of files", "fast integrated search", photo management, "being able to flip through all your windows and see them at once", making DVDs, parental controls, panoramic stitching of photos, and (repeatedly) the speed. I don't have enough experience to say categorically that you should or shouldn't use Vista, but I do know that the portrayal of Vista debunkers as "Mac users", and "people who don't get it" seems to go against the fortune 500 IT departments and Windows experts that I know who won't use it on their own machines. Maybe they're behind the curve. Maybe they're just too stoic to upgrade. Or, maybe they have too much legacy equipment and software and don't want to deal with the XP and Vista user experiences being so different. Unknown at this point, but the "Mojave Experiment" is a marketing experiment, not a scientific one (not than anyone reading this is surprised).