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You may want to take an inventory of the software and hardware you currently have and use and make sure you'll be able to use it under Vista.
I'd give Vista another year or so before using it on a day-to-day basis.
Many U.S. business entities including the federal government, won't be moving to Windows Vista until early-mid 2008.
I use my system almost 100% of the time for graphic and web design. Dreamweaver, Photoshop and Outlook all take up lots of memory, even moreso when all of them are opened at once which in my case is often the case.
I tried Vista, when it boots and gets to the desktop I go to the task manager and it was taking up 400MB, just sitting there! To me that's 400MB of memory I can use to make my design process that much faster and make things run that much smoother.