Link to article " The new products feature a one-touch button for the Windows Start menu and incorporates features to help users more easily navigate Windows Vista, due out to consumers in early 2007 after nearly five years of development. "As we promote Vista, this will be a key component," said Matt Barlow, director of marketing at Microsoft's PC Hardware division." $200 for Vista, $250 for KB & Mouse. Didn't Pablo just a get a great deal on a computer for about $400?? I'm sure by spending the extra $450 on a Vista license, MS KB & mouse, he'll more than double his computing experience. Right? NOT!! This is one of those times truth is stranger than fiction. I wonder how many people will walk into the local Best Buy and purchase: $200, Vista $250, MS KB & Mouse $450, MS Office 2007 $900, + Tax. OMG!! $900 buys a decent laptop from Dell, ask buster! OMG!! I am in the wrong business!!