Okay, most of us have to use a MS operating system at some point or another...be it for work or school etc. I have several different MS machines that I use daily...some Win98, some NT4, some Win2K and 1 WinXP. IMHO, Win2K is the most reliable and most stable of all of them...as evidenced yet again by the build I did of a couple of new machines. As a fairly regular linux user, I appreciate what MS tried to achieve with Win2K, and I find nothing really redeeming about WinXP. I mean sure, they made some configurations more automatic, but I find the OS itself too invasive. It makes assumptions and auto configures based on those, and so far, it's proven to be more work to fix that rather than to configure Win2K manually. It seems to be more multimedia friendly, but there's nothing equivalent that you can't do in Win2K I guess my question for those who are XP fans, is what the hell is it that makes you like this OS?