Anyone playing around with the latest Ubuntu? I put the WUBI version on my Win7 netbook. It's got some weird known bugs (I have a synaptic trackpad and it repeatedly freezes a few minutes into a session), but otherwise it's fairly pretty. The Radiance theme is really attractive. They've got some new Google integration, although it's still sort of half-baked. I guess Gnome has a new tool called gnome-documents that is moving towards an easy way to integrate Google Docs with a Linux environment. Right now, it isn't built into Ocelot, but it looks like, maybe in the next year, your Google Docs could appear like any other drive space in Linux, which would be interesting (especially since Chrome appears like it will stay essentially closed to the Chromebook market for now). Although there have been tools for a while now, if this gets streamlined, so that you could log into your Google account when you boot up Ubuntu and have your Google docs fully read/write integrated with the office suite in Ubuntu, that would be an impressive free alternative to a system like iCloud. All in all, there are still a lot of the usual frustrations with Ubuntu, and it still wasn't possible to avoid having to open an editor within minutes and edit system scripts and config files, but Ubuntu seems to continue plugging along nicely. Of course, iTunes is still a major reason not to go in that direction. These days 99% of my netbook's use is iTunes and Chrome.