First, I apologize if this question has been answered before. I searched and waded through several threads without finding what I was looking for. I ordered an OEM copy of Vista Home Premium, and now that I've received it (though I haven't opened it), I'm wondering if I've made a mistake. In reading the details on the outside of the packaging, it says that it must be installed using the OEM Preinstallation Kit, which is included. I've read on some PC forums that you can actually install VISTA using the DVD and forget about the kit, but I wanted to get some input from someone who has installed the software on a Mac, not on a PC box. So, can I safely ignore the kit piece? If so, will I need to be looking over my shoulder for the rest of my life for the Microsoft stormtroopers for breaking the licensing agreement? Am I better off shipping the OEM version back and exchanging it for retail? Thanks in advance for any info/experiences you can relate.