jrfree from Florida just blogged yesterday about the potential of Windows Vista Accessibility. When talking about Windows Speech Recognition, he says:

... it will open up a whole new world for people with physcial challenges who previously either had to purchase expensive third party solutions, or just go without adequate computer access. The built in accessibility features including speech recognition in Windows Vista can change all of that.

I think he's right, of course! :-) I get email from users all around the world saying the same thing day after day... We've come a long way with Windows Speech Recognition in Windows Vista, and it's especially nice to have people appreciate what it's going to do for the computing landscape for people with disabilities.