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Fair enough to accent the positive, but there are some bad Vista experiences too!
Take my situation: I'd lived in a house with Windows Media Center 2005 - it worked a treat. I moved in with my girlfriend and set up a Media PC running Vista Ultimate.
She loved the fact we could do all those time/place-shifting things (esp watch on the Xbox, then go to bed and continue watching the same thing on the PC)
The problem was an asymetric approach to success & failure - she liked the features say 5 out of 10, whereas she hated the failures -10 out of -10 (like when it froze unexpectedly or failed to record a single show from a series). Now any experienced PC user would be completely unfazed by a lot of the failures that could be worked around (e.g. re-boot it) but it drove her nuts. It was the ONLY thing we used to argue seriously about... (odd but true!)
Anyway, we no longer live together. However I don't blame Vista for that!!