Oh thank you Guru, you are my kind of a man - you see things how they really are
. All you said is totally true.
Installation of most of Linux's is easyer than Windows! Today all new versions come with LiveCD which i like very much, so after you make your system boots from cd/dvd rom you have one press enter to boot into it without installing it to hdd, thats very good option, so after you boot your Linux you have icon on desktop "install package" that guides you trough 100% GUI installation, so installation is easy as you are installing some small program in Windows where installation is like "next/next/finish" which is very very easy! System like that far as I know has most of new Linux versions (I tried: new Mandriva, Freespire, Ubuntu 1.6,1.10, Kubuntu, Fendora Core 6, Debian... and they all have very simple installations!)
Anyway, I'm using Sabayon Linux right now, and since i got it about 4 days ago I got sound and video working (wmv, wma,mpg,mp3 are working great) now I'm working o getting wireless card driver installed, take a look at this:
It looks like very complicated way to install driver for wireless card, and trust me it is!
I need kernel source before i can compile any hardware driver...
Also take a look at this video "WINDOWS VISTA AERO VS LINUX UBUNTU BERYL" : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xC5uEe5OzNQ