If you remember some statements made by Ballmer some time ago, he defended MS's new Liscencing strategy which essentially locked customers into buying only MS products while also raising the price up to 100% and that it would stay that way. For big businesses and computer manufacturers that is. An article at Lindows.com spurred some controversy over MS's new 'addition' to Liscence 6. MS will cut the price of bulk copies of XP in half for small white-box computer manufacturers that make PCs with Lindows pre-installed. Why Lindows you ask? While other Linux distros just sit back and wait for the hardware vendors to come to them, usually by word-of-mouth or by internet, Lindows have agressively been seeking vendors for some time now. MS confirms this with a new 'addition' to their Liscence 6 plan called Open Value Now if you're Dell, Sony, or HP, you don't get those disounts for the simple reason that it's illegal under the anti-trust settlement. Dude, I'm, getting a Lindows!