I've been reading Windows 8 lately, and I'm still stuck on 7 (I bought the upgrade, but have yet to use it). But I did try it a few times and must admit it's innovative, but a little bit confusing. I noticed the touch interface is MUCH better than using a mouse. But the problem lies in whether or not Microsoft was right to make an OS like they did. I'm still trying to figure it out. I mean, should they have made desktop Windows like 7 and just made "tablet mode" for tablet/hybrid devices? I noticed that in most stores, the computers are desktops and not a bunch of desktops. So when people see Windows 8, they are not getting the optimal experience. But, then again, if Microsoft did not make something touch focus, they would continually lose markeshare to Google and Apple. Does anyone feel the same or have a suggestion on what M$ should have done? Thanks!