Re: Is Arch REALLY worth installing?
A fully set up computer is like a sandwich ready to be eaten. The operating system is the bread, something only necessary to hold the ingredients (applications) in while you enjoy your lunch. Sure, bad bread can ruin a sandwich, and good bread can make a sandwich better, but it really isn't the most important part.
So ask yourself this:
Is is REALLY worth it to bake your own bread?
The bread might taste better, and you can choose the ingredients, but pre-packaged bread is cheap already, and the bread isn't the most essential part of the sandwich anyway...
It is up to you. I've had home-made bread before (literally, not figuratively) and it was delicious. However, bread from the store isn't terrible. Unless you have a gripe with the available bread, I'd suggested buying it pre-made.
My Laptop: Gateway T-6330u, 2.0 GHz Pentium Dual-Core, 3 GB RAM, 250 GB HDD - Windows Vista, Windows 7, Ubuntu 10.04.
My Desktop: Dell Dimension 4600, 2.8 GHz Pentium 4, 1 GB RAM, 128 MB GeForce FX 5200, 120 GB HDD - Windows XP, Ubuntu 10.04.