I noticed I have a Hyper-V option in the add/remove Windows features dialog. Luckily, the system I'm using is a Core i5, so it is compatible. I installed it and two reboots later, I have a fully functional Hyper-V on my Windows Pro machine. It appears to be as complete as the version included with Windows Server 2012 and will be great for a traveling sales or tech personnel who need to have a complete demo/testing network available to them in the hotel room. Also great for testing new ideas locally with no chance of hosing the production Hyper-V machine. Your thoughts?