Welp, they finally moved the testers over to the TH1 builds, which apparently are those that will eventually become the RTM which is due to be released in less than two weeks. Thankfully, the TH1 core build that was pushed is a lot more stable than the Insider builds. When I got pushed to build 10160, the installation was totally borked and I had to revert back to build 10130 which was buggy as all get out. Now that I'm on a stable version and everything appears to be working as designed, I'm inclined to give a more favorable rating to this new version. Some things to watch out for. After everything is installed and you start going through the setup, you will be presented with an option to do Express settings. DO NOT ACCEPT THEM! If you do, your computer will be calling home to Microsoft for all sorts of things, including your browsing history, what you're using on the PC, as well as calling in your location. It also wants to automatically allow your social media contacts access to your network and you to theirs. No no no no no no. Go through the options individually and turn that crap off! Once it's all set, it's not too bad. Start menu is a little different, but easily adapted to. One of the nice things is the ability to pin your favorites there so you don't have to go digging for them. I'll use this exclusively for the next few days and put it through its paces. But, from what I can see, it's not too shabby and includes some things I wish Windows 7 had (like the ability to pin the task bar to the top of the screen). Stay tuned.