I was a distro junkie. I've tried a new disto about twenty times in the past year and a half. About ten different vendors with a couple of versions from each along the way. Every one I would try would keep me searching for another one. I was looking for a distro that "looked" good, ran fast, offered a good mix of apps, and was easy to add software to. I would stick with one for a couple of months at the most and then move on. Well, I can say now that my search is officially over. I'm running Breezy Badger and it is everything I've been looking for. It's a distro that "looks" good, is snappy, offers a good range of software, and is easy to maintain. I've finally found one that will allow me to do real work with my computer instead of always trying to improve my OS. It's been said here before, but it's so true. Ubuntu "just works". Ubuntu is the only one where my HP Officejet scanner worked right out of the box. The only reason I wll have to visit distrowatch now is to wait for the new Dapper Drake and upgrade to the beta and release candidates. I will definitely be installing Ubuntu on my friends and family's compters. Well done to the entire Ubuntu community!!!!