I've been running the RTM since it came out on Technet too, and it really is worth the upgrade. I didn't like Vista at all, but W7 takes all the prettiness (and more), and runs on systems that Vista would have slowed to a crawl. Add in the fact that it installs quickly, recognises a staggering amount of hardware out of the box and hasn't crashed a single time since I installed it (Beta/RC1 included), and you can colour me impressed
Samsung NC10 | IBM Thinkpad 240
We can't stop here, this is bat country!
Picked up the family pack to go along with Win7 pro. What I am liking is that I can have my wife open an InPrivate browser via a shortcut on my desk top whenever she uses my pc with IE 8, and it actually blocks ads thanks to an xml file based on adblock plus. She uses IE 8 InPrivate with LastPass which works better than FF with some of the sites she goes to. I was also happy to see win7 set up my dual monitors automatically, and recognize all my hardware. Very nice OS.
SAVING FACE OR LOSING FACE