I’ve recently setup Vista 5270 as a VPC on my Toshiba Tecra M4 Tablet. I was going to install it on a separate partition, but discovered that the Vista LDDM drivers for the M4 are still under development (which at this time makes switching to an external monitor difficult – and therefore difficult for using in presentations!).
Despite initial fears, after a little tweaking, things are looking very slick. I discovered some tips along the way for anyone looking to do the same:
When you create your disk, ensure that it's a fixed size (not dynamic).
So far, I have been very impressed. I’ve been able to load the Expression suite and VS 2005 onto the VPC, and it’s been a great way to get up to speed with the new OS.