A mumber of posts here on Windows Vista with much subjectivity in the discussion and few details. If you respond to this poll, please post: o VERSION(S) of Vista you are using or have used (home basic, home premium, business, ultimate). o HOST PC HARDWARE SPECS (processor speed, processor VT/no. cores, RAM, video card/RAM, etc.). o If you run (or ran) Vista virtualized, in addition to the host specs, please post the VIRTUALIZATION SOFTWARE you used, the GUEST OS and the GUEST OS RESOURCES ALLOCATED (RAM, and in some cases, video RAM). In my case: o Windows Vista Home Premium o HP desktop purchased over 2 years ago as a "low-end" workstation: CPU P4 2.94 GHz, no VT, 2 GB RAM, Intel integrated graphics/128 MB RAM o Initially installed virtualized using Microsoft Virtual PC 2007 on Win XP Pro host and allocated 1 GB of RAM to guest OS o Currently running multi-boot. Home Premium runs very well (but heavier than XP Pro) via multi-boot, but did very poorly virtualized with the host CPU usage at 100% at after boot. My processor was challenged and probably the video card as well.