When a product is so bad that you need to trick people to use it, don't you think it's time to think of a new strategy? Although I'm impressed with the effort. They needed to start an entire campaign, complete with domain name and the works to trick some people on camera into using Vista. I can't help but wonder as I always do with these heavily biased campaigns how many people they ran this experiment with who told them it was a load of crap, before they got to a handful who actually enjoyed what can only be described as a "Vista inexperience". After all the true experience comes when you get it out of the lab view of Microsoft's perfect computer and start to use it at home. I mean one guy was impressed with how fast it was. Either he has a 486 at home, or that laptop has about quad core, dual hdd, and 16gb of ram in it.