Hi guys, i have been spending about the last two weeks testing RTM windows 7 professional (when i can find time), and i find this product name to be a complete oxymoron. From first glance to a good exploration of settings and features of the "New" operating system from M$, there appears to be nothing (short of the ability to join an AD Domain) that is professional about it. Configuration Menus and very basic system functions that have been part of windows since the release of windows 2000, seem to have just vanished or been reinstated EXTREMELY poorly. The "Pin/un-Pin" feature on the taskbar is absolutely ridiculous. Quicklaunch was a standard toolbar with shortcuts, but for some reason someone thought it wasn't good enough. Now if i attempt to use this pointless "Pin" feature, everytime i open a window for one of the "pinned" programs, the icons slide back and forth across the taskbar making a confused mess of running tasks and non-running ones, not something i could deal with on a daily basis. I don't want to rant too much here, so i thought i would state just a single grievance (out of many) that i have discovered. It seems that microsoft has completely forgotten that they still have enterprise/business customers, and that employing five year old children with radical and completely useless ideas to "improve" (i disagree) their operating systems is not a good idea. I had a little chuckle when i first saw the RTM build number and kernel version (6.1.7600). It seems that M$ may quite possibly be the first software (un)developer in history to successfully and legally market a service pack (to a previously released product) as a new product. (In My opinion, this IS windows Vista SP3). I would hope that i am not the only user on these forums that has this opinion, IT and administration is hard enough as it is when the operating system with the largest market share is getting developed with the ideas of one of the smallest. I don't want a mac, and i especially don't want one that is this much of a stress and pain to deal with. Any feedback?