My brother has a lot of tapes to transfer to DVDs, so I think that he is going to hold off installing PCLinuxOS for a while. I told him that was fine, I don't want to pressure him into anything. I did give a co-worker a PCLinuxOS CD and he said he really liked it and has installed it on his laptop. This guy has been interested in other operating systems and had tried that brown OS in the past with unfavorable results. I told the guy that PCLinuxOS was a good representation of how a Linux system should be and the only question he had was how to make the panel fit his screen. I asked my co-worker to let me know what he thinks after he has a chance to use PCLinuxOS for a while, he said he was going to re-load his laptop over the weekend and duel boot Windows 7 and PCLinuxOS, he has some Windows games he wants to continue using. I try to let people make up their own mind on weather or not they want to run Linux but I do make certain I give them the very best representation of a Linux system to try. PCLinuxOS KDE is the easiest distribution for new people to understand and it looks more familiar to them than other desktop environments, most people seem to adjust to it very quickly and enjoy it.