Just a couple questions for Linux users (or anyone that can answer, I suppose.) -What's the best version of Linux to use on Netbooks? I have an Aspire One Acer Notebook. (D225) - I used to run openSuse on my laptop, but I couldn't get the hang of it (the terminal, mainly.) Despite this, I want to run Linux on my netbook. Do you think I should dual boot it, or install it over Windows 7 Starter? (130 Gb Hard Drive, 1 Gb RAM.) -As a follow up to the previous question: My netbook didn't come with a CD/SD with Windows 7 Starter on it. If I install Linux over Windows 7 Starter via wiping the hard drive, but I end up, for whatever reason, wanting to go back to Windows 7 Starter, would I have to download Windows 7 Starter from somewhere, or is there a way of backing up Windows 7 Starter to a hard drive or something? My netbook doesn't have a CD drive, and it didn't come with any kind of OS card. -My netbook has a built in Mic and Camera, as well as a few other features. (Mainly multiswipe and touchpad motions.) Will I still be able to use these with Linux? I know that you'd need the drivers, but would the drivers have to be in a format Linux could read? I have an Aspire One Asus Notebook. And that's really it. Any comments are welcome and thanked.